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3 November 2021
National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull



With commodities markets increasingly under pressure, quality outputs from MRFs has never been more important. Work to examine the contamination going into and coming out of facilities is intensifying and speakers will address this, as well as looking at export rules and the importance of communications in domestic collections.


Expert speakers will also explore MRF site design including how robotics and artificial intelligence can improve quality and efficiency.


Secure your place for this one-day event that will examine these topics and, in addition, take an in-depth look at markets for the different material streams.

Standard Ticket: £250 + VAT

Local Authority Ticket: £160 + VAT









The Challenge of Contamination in Feedstock

MRFs: Design & Material Usage




Iside Operations of a MRF: Staffing and AI




Panel Debate


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Smart Solutions reputation for creating bespoke staffing packages for our service sectors has made them one of the UK’s fastest growing independent recruitment companies and earned them a place in the Wales Fast Growth 50 list for the last three years.

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AMP Robotics is modernizing the world’s recycling infrastructure by applying AI and automation to increase recycling rates and economically recover recyclables reclaimed as raw materials for the global supply chain.

Re-Gen support Local Authorities across the UK to increase their recycling rates. Home to one of the UK’s largest and most technologically advanced MRFs, we are here to make our future cleaner.

REP-TEC offers a range of data-led, automated equipment to the recycling industry. Established in 2020, the company is an official reseller of AMP Robotic Systems in the UK & Ireland.

With more than 480 reference plants, the Sutco group is one of the most successful manufacturers of sorting and treatment plants worldwide and makes a significant contribution to increasing the recycling rate.

STADLER UK is part of the STADLER GROUP, which is dedicated to the planning, production and assembly of sorting systems and components for the waste disposal and recycling industry worldwide. We offer a tailor-made full service, from conceptual design to planning, production, modernisation, optimisation, assembly, and servicing of components to complete recycling and sorting systems.

TOMRA Recycling designs and manufactures sensor-based sorting technologies for the recycling and waste management industry. TOMRA have more than 7,400 systems installed in 100 countries around the world.

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