Increased international interest in Swedish Optibag concept. Over the last few months Envac Optibag has noticed a massively increased interest in our unique concept for waste sorting. Several of visits to our plants in Sweden and Norway has lead to waste sorting trials in a number of countries. The trials show a large [...]
New order to Remiks in Tromsø Envac Optibag has received an order for rebuilding the optical sorting facility in Tromsø, Norway, which was installed already in 2005. It's time for updated technology which will give the plant higher capacity and better sorting results. The development moves fast in this area and the investment [...]
The optical sorting plant in Ljungby is now delivered In April the municipality of Ljungby took over the new waste sorting facility after successfully finished tests. The plant is now sorting waste in green bags from the municipalties of Ljungby and Avesta. It is unique in being the smallest one in Sweden having [...]
Optibag's plant in Eskilstuna on BBC Business BBC Business made a piece on the city of Eskilstuna where Optibag's plant sorts waste in seven fractions. Watch the clip bellow. Read more about the Eskilstuna plant here.
The newest optical sorting plant in Ljungby, Sweden The latest optical sorting plant in Ljungby, Sweden has now been taken in to commercial operation. The municipalities that deliver to the Bredemad Recycling Center are now ready to achieve the EU's environmental goals of collecting 50% of all household food waste. The plant sort’s [...]
Zero Waste in the US Optibags system was mentioned in an article by the American company WasteZero. Their mission is to cut household waste by 50% across the United States. They work with cities and towns to help them reduce the financial and environmental costs of waste collection. Their article about the advantages [...]