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Vulcanium, Itochu Metals sign deal to serve Japanese market

Nonferrous, International Recycling News, Metallics 5/29/2015

Deal will target titanium users in Japan.

SDI idles Minnesota iron ore operations

Ferrous, Metallics 5/29/2015

Steel company cites the sharp drop in pig iron prices for indefinite shutdown of plant.

Midwest Scrap Management to add nonferrous system

Nonferrous, Equipment & Products, Auto Shredding, Metallics 5/29/2015

U.S. Shredder to install system in Kansas City, Missouri, that includes equipment from Steinert and SICON.

Sonoco-Alcore to hike prices in Italy

International Recycling News, Paper 5/28/2015

Packaging company says it will raise prices by 50 euros per metric ton, starting June 15, 2015.

Kelman to retire from SMM

International Recycling News, Personnel 5/28/2015

Kelman headed up Sims’ European Metals division.

Liberty Tire names new CEO

Personnel, Tires 5/27/2015

New CEO previously was CEO of Greenwood Fuels, a renewable energy company.

Penn Waste opens new recycling plant

Municipal Recycling, Equipment & Products, Nonmetallics 5/27/2015

New MRF with BHS equipment triples Penn Waste’s processing capabilities.

BIR CONVENTION: Asia ascendant

International Recycling News, Conferences & Events, Personnel 5/27/2015

Ranjit Baxi, of Indian descent, has been elected BIR president, while Taiwan-born David Chiao is named Non-Ferrous Division president.

Crown Packaging Co. gets new president

Personnel, Paper 5/27/2015

Colin Fernie succeeds Joe Beers.

Showa Denko reports success in UBC recycling program

Nonferrous, International Recycling News 5/27/2015

Japanese company says it collected for recycling 5.24 million aluminum cans last year.

JyTech Polymers to install compounding line at Buckeye Polymers

Plastics 5/27/2015

Plastics company targets postconsumer polypropylene with custom compounding line at Lodi, Ohio-plant.

BIR CONVENTION: Healthy debate

International Recycling News, Conferences & Events, Paper 5/26/2015

The changing nature of global recovered fiber flows does not stop one papermaker from requesting a trade barrier.

BIR CONVENTION: Climbing back up

Ferrous, International Recycling News, Conferences & Events, Metallics 5/26/2015

A price slump notwithstanding, the global demand for steel and ferrous scrap is poised to remain healthy.

Toronto expands curbside recycling program

Municipal Recycling, International Recycling News, Plastics 5/26/2015

City officials say they expect to collect an additional 3,500 metric tons of plastic film annually.

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