Redwave, the Austrian operation that makes sensor-based optical sorting machinery for recycling, has opened a U.S. subsidiary in New York.
About 150 Redwave machines currently are sorting waste in the United States. Redwave Solutions US LLC opened in December. It handles sales, service and spare parts.
Redwave officials said the machines are used in plastics recycling plants, glass factories and material recovery facilities (MRFs) for sorting plastic and paper.
The U.S. sales directors are recycling equipment veterans Jeffrey van Galder and Christopher Simon.
Redwave is a division of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH in Gleisdorf, Austria. The company will exhibit at the IFAT trade fair, which showcases environmental technology, in Munich May 5-9.
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