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Turning the world's waste into resource
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Reinventing the economics of recycling
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Waste Doesn’t Exist – Only Materials in the Wrong Place

All materials have potential value for recycling or re-use if properly collected, aggregated and processed.

At Recycleye, we’re using advanced machine learning, computer vision and automation to commodify and revolutionise waste sorting on a global level.

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Solutions for Sorting the World’s Waste

Total Traceability

Analyse waste stream composition with Recycleye Vision.

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Total Automation

Maximise efficiency with world-class Recycleye Robotics, fortified with machine learning algorithms.

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Pioneering Research

Discover WasteNet: the world’s largest open-source dataset for waste.

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Our installation was done with good communication, didn’t cost much and was completed outside of working hours

Jarek Stanislawek - Engineering Manager, Bryson Recycling

We work with Recycleye on pilot projects introducing new technology to improve the sorting, recording and analysis of waste. We’ve been involved on a proof concept involving artificial intelligence over the last six months and the results have been impressive.

Joseph Doherty - Managing Director at ReGen Waste

It is great to have the opportunity to partner with Recycleye at our Aldridge facility. The technology gives us a much better picture of the waste we are collecting as well as optimizing the processes at the plant. From spotting hazardous material which could damage machines to identifying metrics which can improve working patterns, the AI technology can help transform the way that our waste is screened and sorted.

Mick Davis - COO, Recources and Energy Division at Biffa

Less than 1% contamination, that’s brilliant, really great performance progress.

Rory Brien - FCC Environment's General Manager at re3

The nozzle was adapted by Recycleye after our feedback and now it lasts much, much longer, normally one month with over 20k picks per day

Jarek Stanislawek - Engineering Manager, Bryson Recycling

We are delighted to work with Recycleye to assess the potential of AI technology in our plant, which we expect to help track and improve quality standards for key material streams

Eric Randall - Director at Bryson Recycling

We are excited and proud to be working with Recycleye to bring AI-powered robotic sorting to Scotland and believe this is the next big step in enhancing our operations and the service we then can offer to our customers

Angus Hamilton - Levenseat Managing Director

The install went really well, done over a weekend, so no disruption to the MRF, which was fantastic

Rory Brien - FCC Environment's General Manager at re3

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Latest News

9 September 2022

Levenseat invests for the future bringing AI-powered Robotics innovation to Scotland

8th September 2022 Levenseat, pioneers in the field of waste management, announced today their decision to invest in Recycleye automated robotic waste sorting technology at their fully integrated site in…
18 August 2022

It’s time to invest in 2nd generation robots

  In her latest blog, Technical Sales Manager Zoe Cook considers what we can expect to hear at RWM Letsrecycle Live, taking place on 14th and 15th September. As we…
8 August 2022

The Journey Through a Waste Sorting Facility with AI Robot Assistance

Have you ever wondered what really happens to your recycling waste when it's collected from your roadside bin? From arrival at a waste sorting plant to the recycling baler (or…