35 billion used beverage containers are captured every year by our reverse vending machines.
Each year, TOMRA Collection Solutions products and services contribute to about 4 million tons in avoided CO2 emissions.
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18 May 2018
Art activist trashes environmentalist/model in a dress made entirely of bottles and cans washed up on Australian beaches, to spotlight marine pollution and the importance of recycling.
14 May 2018
TOMRA will support eXXpedition’s North Pacific 2018 sailing voyage focusing on microplastic pollution, and links to environmental and human health (June 23rd - July 28th).
20 April 2018
New survey findings reveal fascinating insights about consumer attitudes toward recycling. TOMRA has released findings from its first Recycling Trends and Insights Survey, conducted by Qualtrics.
10 April 2018
Sydney, Australia: As the world celebrated the first ever Global Recycling Day, Aussie environmentalist and (role) model Laura Wells made waves as a plastic mermaid – in a dress made entirely of drink container litter collected from Sydney beaches.
04 April 2018
TOMRA Collection Solutions has expanded its myTOMRA app to enable consumers to view the live status of reverse vending machines direct from their phones, before returning their bottles and cans for recycling.
08 March 2018
On International Women’s Day, TOMRA Collection Solutions spotlights three women making waves on three continents and in three different fields across TOMRA: Silje Sandahl Näs, Geneviève Labelle and Joanne Fisher.
22 February 2018
Beverage containers recycled through reverse vending machines are collected and sorted without contamination from other types of waste. This ensures that they can be recycled into new bottles and cans again and again. This is a process we call the Cleanest Loop.
11 January 2018
As the calendar opens on a new year, TOMRA Collection Solutions takes a look at reverse vending by the numbers in 2017.