One machine for several matrices

Tiger separates the packaging from its contents achieving the highest quality required for the valorisation of both. On the one hand clean and reusable packaging (cartons, tetrapacks, ferrous and non-ferrous metal cans), on the other hand separated and homogenised material (food, beverages, organic matter, detergents and cosmetics).

objective to separate packaging from content

Depackaging Matrices

In waste treatment plants, the use of Tiger Depack allows for both the recovery of the content and the packaging (dry fraction) so as to obtain two matrices ready for subsequent recycling/valorisation.


Waste From

ORGANIC WASTE: generated by a multitude of sources such as roadside collection, markets, grocery stores, and large-scale retailers as well as from stations, ports and airports.

FAULTY/EXPIRED PRODUCTS: foodstuffs, cosmetics and detergents



When introduced into waste treatment plants, the Tiger Depack can be used to recover the organic/content fraction as well as the dry material/packaging, obtaining 2 streams suitable for subsequent recycling and repurposing.



Plastic Depackaging

Plastic depackaging finds application in a variety of sectors, including food, pharmaceutical, industrial and commercial, and consists of separating plastic packaging from its contents, enabling optimal recycling of materials and reducing negative environmental impacts.


Ferrous material depackaging

Ferrous material depackaging is used in a wide range of industrial and commercial sectors, including steel, construction, automotive and electronic equipment manufacturing, and consists of separating metal packaging or containers from their contents, enabling the efficient recovery and recycling of ferrous materials.


Cardboard Depackaging

Cardboard depackaging is used in a wide range of sectors, including the food, commercial and industrial sectors, and consists of separating cardboard packaging from its contents, enabling the efficient recovery of paper fibres and the reduction of waste.