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Axion calls for new approaches in plastics recycling

International Recycling News, Plastics 11/24/2014

U.K. company says significant changes need to be made to boost recycling rates.

ERI to hire 125 workers for holidays

Electronics 11/24/2014

Electronics recycling firm has placed an open call for job applications in Badin, North Carolina, and Flower Mound, Texas.

Electronics Recycling Asia: Getting more formal

Electronics, Legislation & Regulations, International Recycling News, Conferences & Events 11/24/2014

Efforts to bring small collectors and processors into a legitimate framework are difficult but underway.

Ben Weitsman & Sons awarded rail cleanup grant

Auto Shredding, Metallics 11/23/2014

PENNDOT awards scrap company $200,000 grant to clean up rail spur in New Castle, Pennsylvania.

BIR Roundtable Sessions: Electronics recyclers seek clarity

Electronics, International Recycling News, Conferences & Events 11/23/2014

Confusion continues over transboundary movement rules.

CMRA 2014: Closing postconsumer loops

Ferrous, Nonferrous, Electronics, International Recycling News, Conferences & Events 11/21/2014

Systems in Europe and Japan demonstrate the recycling possibilities for lead-acid batteries and obsolete appliances.

CMRA 2014: Favorable but not fantastic

Ferrous, Nonferrous, Legislation & Regulations, International Recycling News, Conferences & Events 11/21/2014

Some global trends favor increased recycling, but economic conditions pose a challenge in the short term.

Upstate Shredding adds to staff

Ferrous, Nonferrous, Personnel, Auto Shredding 11/21/2014

Scrap metal recycling firm names veteran of New York State Police as chief security officer.

Wax-coated OCC use continues to decline

Paper 11/21/2014

Corrugated Packaging Alliance says less than 3 percent of all corrugated shipped uses wax.

Coca-Cola to close recycling division

Personnel 11/21/2014

Beverage firm says it will continue to work aggressively to increase recycling efforts.

Electronics Recycling Asia: A lot of bad acting

Electronics, Legislation & Regulations, International Recycling News, Conferences & Events 11/21/2014

Illicit and unsafe activities continue to plague the electronics recycling sector.

UPM announces capacity cuts

International Recycling News, Paper 11/19/2014

European paper company may reduce its publication paper capacity by an additional 800,000 metric tons.

American Specialty Alloys to build aluminum plant in the Southeast

Nonferrous, Metallics 11/19/2014

Newly formed company plans facility to produce more than 600,000 tons of aluminum annually.

BACE introduces SmartBaler System

Equipment & Products, Paper 11/19/2014

Equipment company says its system can maximize baling operations.

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