SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2012 ISSUE PRE

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2012 ISSUE PREVIEW


ADVERTISING CLOSE DATE: August 22, 2012 MATERIALS DUE: August 27, 2012

SERVING THE INTERNATIONAL MARKET FOR SECONDARY RAW MATERIALS / / www.RecyclingTodayGlobal.com

IN THIS ISSUE:
Commodity Focus: Recovered Fibre

Our editors will take an in-depth look at the factors likely to be impacting supply and demand trends for this sector. We’ll be looking into the developed markets throughout Europe and North America as well as throughout the developing world to provide critical insights.

Processing Point: Metal Shredding
An increasing percentage of processed scrap is prepared through fragmetizers and shredders. We’ll examine how these technologies are developing and what that means for processors. With the requisite high capital investments this is sure to be a well-read feature and an excellent advertising opportunity.

Waste and Residuals to Energy
Increasingly, the production of fuel products from recovered materials is providing an interesting, and sometimes necessary, market for recyclers. We’ll examine the current trends and how they create opportunities. Sure to be a must-read feature, providing great exposure for your advert.

International Regulatory and Policy Report
From shipping and inspection mandates to scrap theft prevention, legal frameworks around the world have broad implications. Our coverage will provide industry executives an update on some of the current developments.

BONUS DISTRIBUTION:
BIR Autumn Roundtables, CMRA International Trade Fair, Ecomondo, Paper Recycling Conference – North America, Paper Recycling Conference – Europe, Canadian Waste & Recycling Expo, Waste Management Middle East Forum, ISRI Operations Forum, Green Middle East, ChinaScrap, Electronics Recycling Asia

Reaching the Global Marketplace
With its market reach in excess of 24,753*, no other magazine delivers your advertising message as effectively to this international market as Recycling Today Global Edition.

Industry executives, traders and operations personnel worldwide rely upon our coverage. Our unique editorial content, published every other month, provides regional commodity reports for iron and steel, nonferrous metals, paper and plastics.

UNMATCHED ACCESS TO THE GLOBAL RECYCLING BUSINESS
Geographic Circulation Reach:

*All statistics are based on Recycling Today Global Edition June 2011 Publishers’ Circulation Statement.

CONTACTS:
Jen May
(East U.S., International)
jmay@gie.net
001 330 523 5395

 
Marty Smith
(Southeast U.S.)
msmith@gie.net
001 330 523 5376

AD MATERIALS:
For information on advertising production material, contact:
Michelle Wisniewski
mwisniewski@gie.net
001 330 523 5379

NEW PRODUCT INFO:
Send new product releases and editorial releases to:
Lisa McKenna
lmckenna@gie.net
001 330 523 5382

Diana DiRienzo
(Midwest U.S., Canada)
ddirienzo@gie.net
001 330 523 5342

Jackie Van Meter
(West U.S.)
jvanmeter@gie.net
001 330 523 5351

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