We go way beyond our clients recycling targets
Being in the recycling business for 15+ years, we deeply understand waste operators needs and their local market requirements. Meeting them is just a baseline for us: we want to go further, exceeding today's recycling needs and demands by a mile. Our fit-for-purpose technology enables just that, helping our clients take in and discover more valuable recyclables and build a competitive advantage in the rapidly evolving waste industry.
Circular native, born and raised
After sorting your C&D waste, you not only have new high-quality recyclables to sell and reuse but also data to increase the intelligence of your facility. On top of that, sorting waste with ZenRobotics can lift purity levels to up to 99% and enable you to reach ambitious circular economy targets while improving employee safety. The past 15 years has seen ZenRobotics create, define and drive growth in the waste industry. We're proud to be the first company to use artificial intelligence in waste sorting and we're even prouder to have our clients reach many firsts in the world. From launching the world's first ever robotic recycling station to building fully automated next-generation MRFs on an industrial Scale. Now, we lead a new chapter by becoming a Terex Brand.
ZenRobotics Ltd. was founded.
ZenRobotics Recycler makes its first pick in Helsinki, Finland.
Launch of the Heavy Picker, world's strongest waste sorting robot for bulky C&D type waste.
Launch of the Fast Picker, the fastest waste sorting robot.
Acquired by Terex, becoming ZenRobotics - A Terex Brand.
ZenRobotics became the first company to apply AI-based robots to waste sorting.
Multiple ZenRobotics Recyclers are installed and put into use on a global scale.
Further global expansion to new markets like US and China.
Launch of multiple industrial scale MRFs built around ZenRobotics technology, including the world's biggest robotic recycling facility.
Global waste generation is set to increase by 70% by 2050. Of the 2 billion tons of waste annually, only 19% is recovered through recycling or composting. Unless...we change this outcome.