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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.
Check out our latest press releases, insights and blogs. With 82,000+ installations across 60+ markets, TOMRA reverse vending captures 40 billion drink containers every year for recycling.
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04 September 2018
Global sensor-based solutions provider and reverse vending leader TOMRA will run 10 container refund points for a new container deposit scheme in the Australian state of Queensland.
20 August 2018
Around the world, demand is growing for countries to increase their recycling rates for bottles and cans, as a means to fight litter and ocean plastic and conserve scarce resources. To meet this challenge, many regions are considering container deposit schemes, which see up to almost 100% of all drink containers returned for recycling. Learn more about what container deposit schemes are and how they work.
30 July 2018
TOMRA circular economy communicator Kristine M. Berg shares her experiences on board the final week of the eXXpedition voyage's first leg, as the crew discusses solutions to marine litter and approaches land at last.
15 July 2018
TOMRA circular economy communicator Kristine M. Berg shares her experiences on board the second week of the eXXpedition voyage, as the crew measures marine litter in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
06 July 2018
TOMRA circular economy communicator Kristine M. Berg shares her experiences on board the first week of the eXXpedition voyage as they set sail for the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
25 June 2018
TOMRA circular economy communicator Kristine M. Berg joined a voyage along the south-western coastline of Norway to clean beaches and raise awareness of marine litter.
Today ‘eXXpedition North Pacific’, in collaboration with recycling innovators TOMRA, sets sail from Honolulu, Hawaii on a scientific research mission led by award-winning British skipper and ocean advocate Emily Penn to investigate solutions to the devastating impact of single-use plastic and toxics in the world’s oceans.
15 June 2018
This summer, TOMRA will be sailing with ocean plastic research mission eXXpedition, documenting marine litter in the North Pacific Ocean. eXXpedition will sail through the gyre of plastic pollution known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
08 June 2018
As TOMRA announces its support of ocean plastic research mission eXXpedition, meet the TOMRA colleague rolling up her sleeves on board the voyage and sharing her expertise in solutions for protecting oceans.
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).
04 May 2018
Ocean plastic pollution could triple in a decade without action by the ocean economy. TOMRA CEO Stefan Ranstrand responds to the UK Government’s Foresight Future of the Sea report and explains how container deposit schemes and sensor-based recycling sorting could provide a solution.
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.