Ferrous, Nonferrous, Electronics, International Recycling News, Conferences & Events
Systems in Europe and Japan demonstrate the recycling possibilities for lead-acid batteries and obsolete appliances.
Ferrous, Nonferrous, Legislation & Regulations, International Recycling News, Conferences & Events
Some global trends favor increased recycling, but economic conditions pose a challenge in the short term.
Ferrous, Nonferrous, Personnel, Auto Shredding
Scrap metal recycling firm names veteran of New York State Police as chief security officer.
Corrugated Packaging Alliance says less than 3 percent of all corrugated shipped uses wax.
International Recycling News, Paper
European paper company may reduce its publication paper capacity by an additional 800,000 metric tons.
Newly formed company plans facility to produce more than 600,000 tons of aluminum annually.
Equipment & Products, Paper
Equipment company says its system can maximize baling operations.
International Recycling News, Metallics
Members discuss impact Asia has on the global market.
International Recycling News, Conferences & Events
Close to 200 delegates representing the processing, collections, trading and consuming sides of the industry gather in Milan.
Equipment & Products, International Recycling News
Company was chosen by McDonald International to provide recycling-related technology for facilities in England, Ireland and Wales.
Company destroys hard drives for Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Stone Castle Recycling’s locations also were sites of fires recently.
International Recycling News, Conferences & Events, Paper
Excess tonnage in Europe is now seeking destinations closer to home.
International Recycling News, Conferences & Events, Plastics
Speakers at the BIR’s Plastic Committee cite an over-regulated recycling climate in Europe.