Webinar dives into automation, verifiable material composition

Data is power and knowing how to leverage that power is vital in the rapidly evolving world of waste and recycling. Equipment is smarter and systems are more complex. Data and advanced system controls give operators the tools to see and quantify material composition, optimize system performance and quantify commodity purity. Join Thomas Brooks, BHS CTO, in a recent webinar as he dives into the latest in data acquisition and advanced controls and how that technology is paying off in real-world applications.

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