The Canada-based MRF can process up to 50,000 tonnes annually of recyclable material from the industrial, commercial and institutional sectors.
CalRecycle just approved two new pilot projects, including “mobile take-back” and “bag-drop collection” programs.
The eBook highlights the contributions artificial intelligence has made to the recycling industry as well as what the future holds.
Matanya Horowitz of AMP Robotics discusses how robotics and artificial intelligence can make recycling facilities more efficient and present opportunities for new end markets.
RoBB-AQC combines the accuracy of NIR detection with the adaptability of AI-powered learning.