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Recycleye Robotics

Turning the world's waste into resource
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Reinventing the economics of recycling
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The world’s largest open-source waste dataset
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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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About Recycleye

Our advanced engineers are delivering intelligent sorting technology and research to reinvent the economics of recycling. Recycleye solutions bring total transparency and automation to waste management processes.

We’re supported by partners including Microsoft, Fanuc, Arrow and Imperial College London.

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This partnership with Recycleye and Valorplast is an excellent example of collaboration and innovation to develop the recycling of food packaging. It opens new perspectives to meet the challenge of the circular economy and achieve our ambition of producing 30% recycled polymers by 2030

Valérie Goff - Senior Vice President, Polymers, at Total

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. Recycleye’s latest funding of £3.5 million is great news and will assist it with creating innovative and revolutionary AI solutions.

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. This is not only a positive step forward for Biffa, our employees and customers, but better for the environment and the Government’s increase recycling rate target.

Mick Davis - COO, Recources and Energy Division at Biffa

We are thrilled to have installed the first AI-powered waste robot in England on behalf of re3. In our commitment to continual improvement and innovation at FCC Environment, we believe that it is important to be forward-thinking and adapt to new technologies, especially when it will help to improve the efficiency of the recycling progress.

Rory Brien - FCC Environment's General Manager at re3

Waste management and valorisation is part of Acea Ambiente's commitment to the circular economy. Our collaboration with Recycleye to develop the first automated quality control system in Italy will increase the volume of recycled materials. Recycleye is developing cutting-edge technologies in waste management and we recognize the importance and effectiveness of this agreement, based on research and innovation.

Giovanni Vivarelli - President at Acea Ambiente

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 very enthusiastic about the idea of participating in the development of these new technologies. They constitute an opportunity to progress sorting capabilities and advance the possibilities of high added value regeneration of household packaging.

Alban Cotard - Sales, Quality & Development Manager at Valorplast

Latest News

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24 May 2022

Recycleye Founders Named as EPO Young Inventors 2022 Finalists

We are so very proud to announce that our founders, Victor Dewulf and Peter Hedley have been nominated for the first-ever European Patent Office Young Inventors award.  Victor and Peter…
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23 May 2022

Supported by Veolia Germany’s U-Start Programme, Recycleye brings AI-powered waste-sorting robots to Germany

23rd May, 2022 - After installing the first waste-sorting robots of their kind in material recovery facilities across UK, France and Italy, Recycleye is now bringing its innovative AI-powered computer…
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12 May 2022

Why We’re Showcasing Our AI-Powered Waste-Sorting Robots at IFAT 2022

    In the newest edition of his blog, Recycleye CEO Victor Dewulf shares the significance of digitalisation at IFAT 2022. Um diesen Artikel auf Deutsch zu lesen, klicken Sie…