Nonferrous, International Recycling News, Metallics
Deal will target titanium users in Japan.
Steel company cites the sharp drop in pig iron prices for indefinite shutdown of plant.
International Recycling News, Paper
Packaging company says it will raise prices by 50 euros per metric ton, starting June 15, 2015.
International Recycling News, Personnel
Kelman headed up Sims’ European Metals division.
New CEO previously was CEO of Greenwood Fuels, a renewable energy company.
Municipal Recycling, Equipment & Products, Nonmetallics
New MRF with BHS equipment triples Penn Waste’s processing capabilities.
International Recycling News, Conferences & Events, Personnel
Ranjit Baxi, of Indian descent, has been elected BIR president, while Taiwan-born David Chiao is named Non-Ferrous Division president.
Colin Fernie succeeds Joe Beers.
Nonferrous, International Recycling News
Japanese company says it collected for recycling 5.24 million aluminum cans last year.
Plastics company targets postconsumer polypropylene with custom compounding line at Lodi, Ohio-plant.
International Recycling News, Conferences & Events, Paper
The changing nature of global recovered fiber flows does not stop one papermaker from requesting a trade barrier.
Ferrous, International Recycling News, Conferences & Events, Metallics
A price slump notwithstanding, the global demand for steel and ferrous scrap is poised to remain healthy.
Municipal Recycling, International Recycling News, Plastics
City officials say they expect to collect an additional 3,500 metric tons of plastic film annually.
The ACC’s Plastics-to-Oil Technologies Alliance seeks regulatory updates to allow an increase in access to these technologies.