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Ford, Heinz collaborate on sustainability project

Additional Commodities 7/16/2014

Companies explore the use of food processing byproducts in sustainable automotive applications.

Texas city receives grant money to build eco-industrial park

Personnel, Additional Commodities 7/14/2014

Park houses firms that conserve natural and economic resources, reduce energy and water use and provide opportunities for reuse or recycling.

Agreement may allow Exide to reopen California smelter

Nonferrous, Legislation & Regulations, Metallics, Additional Commodities 7/11/2014

Battery manufacturer and recycler says proposed air quality standards “are a step forward.”

RSR applauds EPA ruling on CRT exports

Legislation & Regulations, International Recycling News, Additional Commodities, Glass 7/8/2014

Battery recycling firm says move is an encouraging step toward ending the export of spent lead acid batteries to Mexico.

Half of US has access to carton collection programs

Paper, Additional Commodities 7/8/2014

The Carton Council of North America reports 50 percent of U.S. households can recycle cartons using curbside and local programs.

RSR criticizes Mexican government over secondary lead smelting regulations

Legislation & Regulations, International Recycling News, Additional Commodities 7/1/2014

Battery manufacturer claims Mexican environmental regulations are ineffective.

RMA names new director of end-of-life tires

Additional Commodities, Tires 6/25/2014

John Sheerin will replace Michael Blumenthal when he retires.

Shaw to build new carpet recycling plant in Georgia

Plastics, Additional Commodities 6/24/2014

New plant is expected to open in 2015.

Britton Industries opens Philadelphia location

Additional Commodities 6/18/2014

Company recycles vegetative waste and concrete into organic products and aggregates.

EPA accuses Exide of violating Clean Air Act standards

Nonferrous, Additional Commodities 5/27/2014

Battery recycler faces a penalty of up to $37,500 per day for each violation based on federal law.

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