SMEDAR Materials Recovery Facility, modernized by Ar-Val, was unveiled on 27th June 2017. A pilot plant for the extension of plastic sorting, the Materials Recovery Facility currently sorts 13 tonnes / hour, or 35 000 tonnes / year of source-separated municipal solid waste. Entirely automated, this highly mechanized plant includes six optical sorters and meets NF-X35-702 standards in order to provide better working conditions for operators.

SMED CITT Cannes Materials Recovery Facility

Modernized by Ar-Val and operated by Paprec, CITT Materials Recovery Facility in Cannes (France) was unveiled on 3rd February 2017.
Il can now sort 36 000 tonnes / year of source-separated municipal solid waste for SMED. It is equipped with the latest technologies, including nine optical separators. The new line allows the local authority to meet its objectives: more recycling, better recycling, lower cost recycling and improvement of working conditions for operators.

SMTD 64 Sévignac

SMTD 64 Materials Recovery Facility in Sévignac (France) was unveiled on 7th October 2017.
Innovative and very modern, the Materials Recovery Facility designed and produced by Ar-Val, treats 22 000 tonnes / year of source-separated municipal solid waste.
The sorting process includes a number of latest-generation machines, including six optical sorters and four ballistic separators.

A new Materials Recovery Facility for Valtris at Charleroi

Modernized by Ar-Val, Valtris Materials Recovery Facility at Charleroi (Belgium) began production in summer 2017. It currently sorts 8 tonnes / hour of waste packaging: plastic bottles and containers, metallic packaging and drinks containers.
With its highly automated sorting line, this Materials Recovery Facility is the largest and most modern in Wallonia.