Safe Sorting - Superior Waste Recycling Robots

Get more value out of waste with ZenRobotics. We have been serving frontrunning recycling companies since 2007, using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to automate waste sorting and make outdated, inefficient and unsafe manual sorting a thing of the past with safe sorting robots.

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Your operations stand to benefit from AI-based sorting, whatever your starting point.

Whether you want to modernize your existing facility with smart robotics or invest in a new fully automated recycling plant, we have you covered. Here are three options for how you can robotize and automate your waste operations, as demonstrated by several operators around the world here

Standalone Solution

Fully automated and independent waste sorting station

Retrofitted Solution

Integrate waste sorting robots into your existing facility

Greenfield Solution

Design a new large-scale facility around smart robotics

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ZenRobotics has the right robot for every sorting need. The Heavy Picker for bulky waste like C&D, the Fast Picker for light packaging waste and an all might industrial AI with more than a decade of experience from recognising and sorting high quality recyclables from around the world.


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Waste Types

ZenRobotics can handle diverse waste streams.

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Meet Our Robots

Our robots are helping operators in 15+ countries worldwide to extract higher value out of waste, get actionable data and reach ambitious circular economy goals.

Heavy Picker

For heavy and bulky waste materials

Fast Picker

For lightweight waste materials


The AI inside our robots

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Latest News

Keep up to date with the latest industry news and events.

ZenRobotics and Terex Recycling Systems to Deliver a Fully Robotised Material Recovery Facility in Norway

ZenRobotics® and Terex® Recycling Systems proudly announce the signing of an agreement with Bjorstaddalen and Tandberg Engineering to establish a fully robotised, efficient, and cost-effective Material Recovery Facility (MRF) at Bjorstaddalen’s plant in Norway. The state-of-the-art facility will enable decentralised and profitable household waste recycling, seamlessly integrating cutting-edge AI-powered robotics with modular waste sorting solutions.

Bjorstaddalen, a prominent Norwegian waste management company, is on a mission to reduce incineration and landfilling by harnessing AI-powered robots and modular recycling equipment. Sindre Hauen, Managing Director of Bjorstaddalen, explains, “Our current autonomous material recovery facility is already an industry pioneer, efficiently handling construction, demolition, and residual waste. Now, we embark on a transformative journey to establish a decentralised material recovery facility that is tailored for municipal household waste and promises cost-effectiveness. The Fast Picker robots excel at sorting diverse materials, including various plastics, paper, and cardboard, while the Heavy Picker robots efficiently manage bulky items weighing up to 40 kg. Remarkably, this technology enables precise sorting to dozens of material categories, including the effective handling of black plastics. The meticulously designed MRF is poised to commence construction in just three weeks, with full operational readiness targeted for April next year.”

Emphasising the potential of AI-powered robots, Juha Mieskonen, Sales Director for ZenRobotics and Terex Recycling Systems, said, “When seamlessly integrated, our technologies are a cost-effective method to elevate recycling rates while minimising landfill usage, promoting circular waste management.”

The forthcoming Bjorstaddalen plant is a prime example of the synergy that exists between AI-robots and other modular solutions. Kenny Hull, Product and Commercial Manager at Terex Recycling Systems, explains, “The modularity of our solutions ensures swift installation without compromising performance or reliability, offering end-users adaptability to evolving business and market demands. Combined with AI-robots, this positions us as a comprehensive destination for state-of-the-art recycling systems.”

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