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Home Magazine News Multimedia Events Directories November 28, 2012
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Mills Pay More for Ferrous Scrap in November

RMDAS transactions show spot buyers paying $40 to $50 more per ton for ferrous scrap in early November. click to continue reading

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Novelis Breaks Ground on Aluminum Recycling Plant in Germany

When completed, Novelis says the operation will be the world’s largest aluminum recycling center. more

Exide to Idle Pennsylvania Battery Recycling Plant

Company will wind down operations by March 2013. more

Steel Recycling Reaches Record in 2011

Steel Recycling Institute says 92 percent of steel was recycled in 2011. more

Electronics Recycling Asia: National Interests

While Taiwan reviews its comprehensive electronics recycling system, India is beginning to track its progress. more

Kennametal Considers Tungsten Carbide Recycling Plant

Industrial firm also says it will expand its tungsten-cobalt blended powder operation in China. more

Electronics Recycling Asia: Systemic Differences

Both automated and manual disassembly systems are being used to process Asia’s obsolete electronics. more

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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. more

Danish Firm Develops Sortable Black Plastic Product

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

Resolute Shutting Down Line in Quebec

Paper machine and production line will permanently close by the end of November. more

German Firm Offers Plastic Piping Report

Market research firm Ceresana sees PVC retaining market leadership. more


Waste Management of Canada Opens New MRF

New MRF can handle up to 550,000 metric tons of recyclables per year. more

Advanced Disposal Completes Deal for Veolia ES

The deal will make ADS the largest privately owned waste management company in the United States. more

Hawaii Joins Dell’s Reconnect Program

Obsolete electronics recycling program made available to nearly 1.3 million people on the island of Oahu. more

Veolia Signs 25-Year Contract with UK City

Contract is valued at $733 million. more

WM Dedicates MRF in Topeka

New facility will process material from Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri. more

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Northshore Introduces 6-Tine Orange Peel Grapple

Grapple has a 10-cubic-yard capacity. more

Eldan Recycling Installs Cable Recycling Plant in Mexico

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

A-Ward Ltd. Wins Swedish Steel Prize

High-strength steel producer SSAB of Sweden honors A-Ward for its equipment design. more

Rotobec Offers Truck-Mount Loaders in Customizable Sizes

The 60, Elite and Horizon loaders can be used for a variety of applications. more

Video Spotlight

Video presentations are a powerful tool, especially when it comes to showcasing equipment recyclers rely on daily. Recycling Today helps deliver video content to the industry.

The following company is highlighted in our November Video Spotlight:

For more information on future video opportunities, contact your sales manager.

Directory Offer

The 2013 North American Scrap Metals Directory (NASMD) will be released in mid-December.

For a limited time, save $20 and receive free shipping by pre-ordering your NASMD by November 30, 2012.

Order both 2013 directories (NASMD and the Paper Recycling Markets Directory) now and you will immediately receive a 2012 NASMD with a 2013 PRMD. A 2013 NASMD will be delivered to you when it is released in December 2012.

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Current Issue

Cover Story: Going Long

Dennis Denton of Denton Plastics and ORPET Plastics takes the long view when it comes to plastics recycling. more


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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