Blowers & air flow systems

integratedAIR Systems

integratedAIR Systems are global leaders and specialists in air conveyance, whether for waste extraction, material separation and sorting, dust extraction or ventilation systems. Our systems are adaptable to any recycling industry’s needs, with our mission to increase efficiencies and performance with innovation and good design. You can be assured that integratedAIR Systems is your one-stop … Read More


Combining more than a quarter of a century of engineering know-how with the world’s best-in-class technology brands, Kiverco design, engineer, and build a complete range of static recycling plants and modular equipment for all types of customers and various waste streams in the waste processing industry. Waste streams include construction and demolition, commercial and industrial, … Read More

Ken Mills Engineering Ltd

KME Ltd have been manufacturing and supplying machinery for Materials Recycling Facilities, Waste Balers, Twin ram balers, Conveyors and Shredders to the waste & recycling industry for over 40 years. We offer a full turnkey solution from Initial Concept design. Then onto full design, manufacture and installation. At KME we pride ourselves on providing industry … Read More


Greyparrot waste recognition system automates material composition analysis to monitor, audit and sort waste at scale. Currently deployed on moving conveyor belts in a range of recycling and recovery facilities, it is offering end-to-end visibility of materials, measuring large waste flows which in turn helps increase recovery rates and enhances product quality. Greyparrot also collaborates … Read More


TOMRA Sorting Recycling designs and manufactures sensor-based sorting technologies for the global recycling and waste management industry. Over 6,000 systems have been installed in more than 100 countries worldwide. Responsible for developing the world’s first high capacity Near Infrared (NIR) sensor for waste sorting applications, TOMRA Sorting Recycling remains an industry pioneer.

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