Gleisdorf, Austria-based Redwave has supplied automated sorting equipment to a plastics recycling plant operated by recycling firm Saubermacher Dienstleistungs AG. The plant in Graz, Austria, has undergone €10 million ($11.7 million) in expansion projects in the last several years.
At the Stena Nordic Recycling Center (SNRC) in Halmstad, Sweden REDWAVE XRF/C technology has been in use since the beginning of the SNRC. "The REDWAVE XRF/C sorter is great to secure the quality of our products. We are most likely to continue to invest in more of the very latest technology. For us, the first machine is just a beginning", Mr. Sverker Rosdahl, manager at the SNRC said at the beginning of 2018.
During this year’s trade fair IFAT 2018 in Munich, REDWAVE received an order for two machines. Only a few weeks after the first contact, Mr. JUERGEN WESTARP, Managing Director of Westarp, decided to invest in two REDWAVE XRF/C sorting machines.
We are proud to support the Styrian Green Tech Cluster with our expertise and longtime experience in the recycling and waste treatment industry. A consortium of 14 waste management companies coming from industry, research and public authority joined together to offer one-stop shop recycling solution for a wide range of waste fractions derived from Austrians excellence.
5 busy days are behind us and we thank all of you who visited our booth.
Leading Styrian environmental companies met together to set a common signal for climate protection. REDWAVE managing director Mrs. Silvia Schweiger-Fuchs also supported this project together with governor Hermann Schützenhöfer.
REDWAVE 2i has been equipped with the new interactive "intelligence" which can not only be used directly on the sorting machine, but also anywhere, anytime on mobile devices and computers in real-time. This development of advanced human-machine-computer communication and access to real-time analytics and statistics provides the ability to monitor, control and optimise sorting processes at any time. In addition, REDWAVE 2i uses Sensor Fusion for optimised sorting quality, with additional benefits in terms of quick and simple system implementation, additional features for convenient machine maintenance and user-friendly operation. Up to six different fractions can be sorted in the usual high quality with just one single machine.
The acceptance test for the sorting plant for plastic light fraction near Vienna at customer Nemetz Entsorgung und Transport AG was signed today! Plant description see following link, page 12/13: