International Recycling News, Plastics
U.K. company says significant changes need to be made to boost recycling rates.
Electronics recycling firm has placed an open call for job applications in Badin, North Carolina, and Flower Mound, Texas.
Electronics, Legislation & Regulations, International Recycling News, Conferences & Events
Efforts to bring small collectors and processors into a legitimate framework are difficult but underway.
Survey finds 59 percent of survey respondents are aware of where obsolete electronics can be taken for recycling.
State has collected more than 240,000 gallons of leftover paint since program’s inception in July 2013.
Nonferrous, Conferences & Events
Company collected 78,000 pounds of used aluminum cans during contest.
Equipment & Products, Personnel
Equipment company names Paul Domanico director of sales for the Northeast and Midwest.
Auto Shredding, Metallics
PENNDOT awards scrap company $200,000 grant to clean up rail spur in New Castle, Pennsylvania.
Electronics, International Recycling News, Conferences & Events
Confusion continues over transboundary movement rules.
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.
Beverage firm says it will continue to work aggressively to increase recycling efforts.