NRT moves into new Tennessee facility

Nashville, TN – National Recovery Technologies (NRT), a pioneer in optical sorting technology, is proud to announce its relocation to a new, state-of-the-art facility in Nashville, Tennessee. This move marks a significant milestone in NRT’s history of innovation and excellence in the recycling and materials processing industry.

Since its founding in 1981, NRT has been at the forefront of designing, manufacturing, and installing advanced sorting technology. NRT’s systems are renowned for their high-speed, infrared detection and precise color capabilities, enabling industry-leading efficiency and purity rates in material sorting.

The introduction of their Max-AI® Artificial Intelligence technology in 2016 ushered in a new age of robotic sorting and real-time material identification to the recycling market. Today NRT owns or is the exclusive licensee of 39 patents with others pending. NRT is also known as the premier leader in Controls Automation through its Total Intelligence Platform.

NRT’s technology is now a critical component in processing materials for recycling, helping to advance the global effort towards sustainability. The company’s talented team of scientists, engineers, and technicians continues to push the boundaries of what’s possible in recycling technology.

“We are thrilled to move into our new facility,” said Julie Fuller. Managing Director of NRT. “This new location represents our commitment to innovation and excellence. It will enable us to expand our capabilities, support our talented team, and continue delivering cutting-edge solutions to our customers.”

The new facility is located at 2A Dell Parkway, Ste 1, Nashville, TN. For more information about NRT and its revolutionary optical sorting technology, please visit https://bulkhandlingsystems.com/nrt-optical-sorting/or contact NRT at sales@nrtsorters.com.

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