Rejlers wins contract to develop a waste sorting system

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| Source: Rejlerkoncernen AB
Rejlers has been awarded a contract to develop an optical waste sorting system
by SpiralTrans in Leksand. The contract is worth SEK 3.5 million.
SpiralTrans has a patented optical waste sorting system which allows bags of
waste to be sorted easily so that they can be processed further. Rejlers has a
general contract with SpiralTrans that covers design, programming, supplying the
control cabinet, electrical installation and commissioning of the system which
will be supplied to KSRR, the waste disposal organisation in the Kalmarsund
region. The system will be used in a plant located in Moskogen just outside
Kalmar.
More information about optical waste sorting:
SpiralTrans’ sorting system for waste in different coloured bags is called
Bagtronic. The system is modular, which allows it to be easily adapted to
existing premises and the volume of waste to be sorted. It is based on the
principle of sorting household waste into different coloured bags at source. The
bags are put into the same waste bin, which is emptied by a normal refuse truck.
The truck transports the waste to a plant, where it is separated by the optical
sorting system, according to the colour of the bags, and can then be processed
further.
For further information, please contact:
Frank Roghem, Project Manager, +46 (0)8 692 10 76, E-mail:
frank.roghem@rejlers.se
Rebecka Oxelström, Head of Communications, +46 (0)73 412 66 75, E-mail:
rebecka.oxelstrom@rejlers.se

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