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Home Magazine News Multimedia Events Directories November 20, 2012

A Cloudy Sky

Despite considerable growth in global plastic scrap markets in the past decade, traders can still contend with uncertainty from month to month. click to continue reading

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SRS Opens Electronics Recycling Plant in United Arab Emirates

U.K.-based electronics recycling company also forms trading subsidiary in Jebel Ali, Dubai, UAE. more

CMRA Forum: Something Old, Something New

Stagnant generation in developed nations is countered by increased generation in emerging markets. more

UK Agencies Approve New ASR Processing Procedures

The British Metals Recycling Association applauds the decision. more

CMRA Forum: Substitution Patterns

As aluminum makes headway into copper applications, the Chinese copper industry seeks new markets. more

Fiji Halts Nonferrous Scrap Metal Trade

Suspension implemented due to increasing thefts of public infrastructure, government says. more

ARN, Ensartech Collaborate on ASR

Dutch organization links up with Ensartech to convert ASR into energy. more

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Veolia Opens Plastics Recycling Plant in UK

New facility will be able to process up to 50,000 metric tons of plastic scrap per year. more

Electronics Recycling Forum: Ambitious Plans for Plastic

South China’s Kingfa seeks to quintuple its plastic recycling efforts. more

Closed Loop Recycling Lands Contract with Veolia

Contract is expected to deliver 100,000 metric tons of PET and HDPE to plastics recycling firm. more

Danish Firm Develops Sortable Black Plastic Product

Færch Plast A/S' black CPET can be detected by near infrared light technology. more

Atlantic Packaging Reopens Ontario Mill

Canadian paper company will switch furnish from newsprint to 100 percent recycled lightweight paper. more


Machinex Introduces the Mach Ballistic

Screen designed to separate 2D material from 3D material. more

Eldan Recycling Installs Cable Recycling Plant in Mexico

New system replaces 30-year old cable granulation plant. more

Hammel New York Adds Dealer in Canada

CAN-CON will provide equipment and support to all Canadian provinces. more

Netherlands-based Baetsen Recycling Purchases Robotic Recycling System

The ZenRobotics Recycler system is designed to reclaim material from C&D debris. more

Brady plc to Acquire SAI

U.K.-based software company to purchase Ohio-based firm. more


CMRA Forum: CMRA Celebrates 10 Years

2012 event also is Ma Hongchang’s final one as Vice Secretary General. more

BIR Names General Manager

Alexandre Delacoux enlisted to help strengthen the global recycling association. more

BIR Autumn Round-Tables: End-of-Waste Criteria Discussions Continue

Benchmark procedures for copper and recovered paper still being sought. more

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Cover Story: Every Angle

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The Recycling Today Media Group has launched the Middle East Metals Recycling Conference, in partnership with Media Fusion of Dubai, the publisher of Waste & Recycling Middle East magazine.

The event will be held 5-7 March, 2013, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

This new event for the Middle East recycling and trading community will include sessions on global commodity markets for nonferrous and ferrous scrap; customs and regulatory issues; and processing methods and techniques.

The two media organizations also collaborate on Paper & Plastics Recycling Conference – Middle East, which enjoyed a successful debut in February 2012 and will also be hosted in Dubai in March, 2013.

More information is available at www.metalsrecyclingme.com.

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