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Victor Dewulf, CEO of Recycleye featured in Zero50 podcast

Speaking with Bruce Bratley, CEO and founder of recycling company First Mile, Victor shares how Recycleye’s Vision and Robotics solutions are going to revolutionise waste picking and the increase the value of recycling for the waste management industry. 

In this podcast series, Bruce talks about the climate crisis and how we can build solutions to avert disaster.  Each episode, he meets and talks with incredible people creating solutions for a zero-carbon world.

Victor shares his vision for a world with high recycling rates, supported by consistent government policy, automation, 247 operations and greater consumer understanding and engagement.

Listen to the podcast here.


AI-powered plastic sorting project delivers world first in food-grade sorting.

An AI-powered plastic sorting project led by Recycleye, Valorplast, and TotalEnergies has delivered a world first towards food-grade polypropylene mechanical recycling. Collaborative research project OMNI directed by Recycleye, Valorplast, and TotalEnergies to enhance the circularity of polypropylene (PP) food packaging led to ground-breaking results. The new technology based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and computer vision,…


Benedetta Delfino, ML Tech Lead, contributes to Resource article on AI in waste

Our ML Tech Lead, Benedetta Delfino, contributed her expertise to an article by Resource Media, which explores the reality and potential of using AI to automate sorting and quality assessment in MRFs. With comments from Claire Shrewsbury (WRAP), Tom Passmore (Dsposal), Stuart Hayward-Higham (SUEZ UK) and Phil Longhurst (Cranfield University), the piece explores the scope…


Panda Ireland hails efficiency of 4 Recycleye robots, one year on.

Panda Ireland has spoken on the simplicity and efficiency of its 4 Recycleye robots, one year after installation at the Ballymount MRF. Retrofitted to Panda’s site in November 2022, the AI-powered robots automate the MRF’s quality control operations. 2 of the 4 robots are removing contamination from a mixed paper line, whilst another is removing…