Steinert, an international sorting solutions company, has announced “Steinert Waste Recycling: Live,” an event aimed at helping patrons learn more about the company’s work. The event will be held virtually at 9 a.m. Central European Summer Time in English and 1 p.m. Central European Summer Time in German on June 30.
According to a news release from the company, Steinert will present the opportunities and challenges encountered when jointly developing an optimum sorting solution. The company will be showing its new waste sorting line at the Steinert Test Center in Pulheim, Germany.
The company says the new line helps customers to simulate how their intended system will sort their materials.
Andreas Jäger, global sales director of Waste Recycling, and Hendrik Beel, managing director of Steinert UniSort GmbH, will be hosting the online event. Jäger and Beel will provide an overview of the sorting machines used and will present several sorting problems in commercial and demolition waste, together with technical explanations of the solution and a live Q&A session for viewers.
For the postconsumer package sector, Beel will demonstrate how artificial intelligence-based sorting programs can be used to define harmful fractions. The event also will introduce data on how postconsumer packages get separated into the relevant groups of recyclable materials. This includes polyethylene, polypropylene (PP), polystyrene, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles and other materials.
Those interested in registering for the stream can do so here.