The future of sorting can be found in Brno today
In order to move the packaging and waste industry into the future, it is necessary to invest in the latest technologies and modernize existing sorting processes. While many cities across Europe are planning and discussing, Brno has already taken a significant step into the future of sorting. A new, state-of-the-art waste-sorting line was launched at SAKO Brno in March this year. Automated sensors, software that recognizes plastics by shape, composition and even color, ballistic separators that divide waste into 2D parts and 3D objects, a magnetic separator for ferrous metals, an induction separator for non-ferrous metals, and a powerful baler with a capacity of six tons per hour – all this is part of the most modern waste-sorting line in the Czech Republic. Come and listen to a presentation by Iveta Jurenová, SAKO Brno’s sales director, on how this project was developed, how it is currently running, and what are the possibilities for expansion in the future.