Recycleye are expanding their operations beyond London, opening a second office in Paris for the business to strengthen its European footprint.
With many European countries failing to achieve the Union’s 50% recycling target in 2020, the provision of more efficient waste sorting technologies is critical in successfully managing the rising volumes of waste being produced. At the core of Recycleye’s mission is to increase waste sorting capacities in the recycling industry, using 21st-century technology. Since its inception in 2019, Recycleye have deployed multiple AI computer vision systems in the UK and France, working with the largest waste management players to provide visibility to waste streams at an affordable cost.
The opening of the Paris office is part of Recycleye’s wider European expansion strategy to launch their automated waste sorting technologies into new regions.
Oliver Osborne, an Associate at Recycleye commented: “The decision to open our second office in France, home to the world’s largest waste management companies, was a logical step in our business growth strategy. We look forward to increasing our presence in continental Europe and becoming the leading operating system for the waste management industry.”
With the newly opened office, Recycleye will focus on accelerating affordable automation and transparency across Europe’s removal chains.