ZenRobotics® and Terex® Recycling Systems announced the signing of an agreement with Bjorstaddalen and Tandberg Engineering to establish a fully robotised, efficient, and cost-effective Material Recovery Facility (MRF) at Bjorstaddalen’s plant in Norway. The state-of-the-art facility will enable decentralised and profitable household waste recycling, seamlessly integrating cutting-edge AI-powered robotics with modular waste sorting solutions.
An agreement to build a MRF that uses AI technology to sort residual waste from households has been signed between ZenRobotics, Bjorstaddalen and Tandberg Engineering
Emphasising the potential of AI-powered robots, Juha Mieskonen, Sales Director for ZenRobotics and Terex Recycling Systems, said, “When seamlessly integrated, our technologies are a cost-effective method to elevate recycling rates while minimising landfill usage, promoting circular waste management.”
The forthcoming Bjorstaddalen plant is a prime example of the synergy that exists between AI-robots and other modular solutions. Kenny Hull, Product and Commercial Manager at Terex Recycling Systems, explains, “The modularity of our solutions ensures swift installation without compromising performance or reliability, offering end-users adaptability to evolving business and market demands. Combined with AI-robots, this positions us as a comprehensive destination for state-of-the-art recycling systems.”