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Recycleye’s Co-founders Named in Forbes 30 Under 30

Recycleye’s co-founders CEO, Victor Dewulf and CTO, Peter Hedley have been named in Forbes’ annual 30 Under 30 list for Social Impact. 

The 2021 Forbes Under 30 Europe Social Impact list highlights 30 up-and-coming superstars running purpose-driven companies.

Unsurprisingly, the waste management industry is pretty wasteful. Recycleye is bringing transparency and traceability to the dirty sector through its validated AI system and affordable robotics to improve the economics and efficiencies of recycling. Recycleye Vision successfully exceeds human vision in identifying and classifying all items on waste streams – by material, object and even brand. The company’s robotic picker, powered by Recycleye Vision, automates manual waste sorting, enabling facilities to increase their recycling rates.

Alexandra Wilson, writer at Forbes commented: “Individuals you can find on this year’s list are working to create a more equitable and sustainable world.”

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