TOMRA Sorting, formerly TITECH, develops and builds sensor-based sorting systems for the recycling industry. 4,400 of these systems are presently being used in more than 40 countries.

The sorting machines by TOMRA Sorting can produce very pure fractions of waste to maximize earnings and profit. The sensor-based sorting machines are used for a variety of applications – household waste, material from shredders, electronics waste, PET or recycled paper are only a few of more than 25 applications.

Experienced processing engineers provide support from planning to implementation of overall sorting solutions.

TOMRA Sorting has been a leader in automated waste sorting, and is an internationally recognized market leader in this field. Founded in 1996, TOMRA Sorting developed the world's first NIR (near infrared) sensor for waste sorting applications.

The company remains driven to find lasting solutions to the issues in the recycling industry. TOMRA Sorting has therefore always invested in continuously and research. A large internal research department comprising 17% of all employees as well as partnerships with respected research facilities regularly yield new, innovative and market-tailored sorting solutions.

TOMRA Sorting is a part of the listed TOMRA Group headquartered in Oslo, Norway. Founded in 1972, the company currently maintains approximately €550 million in sales and employs over 2,400 employees worldwide.


- Comprehensive product and sensor portfolio
- Solutions for more than 25 recycling applications
- Experience drawn from 4,400 systems in the field
- Process support
- 15 test centers worldwide
- Close service network
- In-house research department
- Locations on all continents