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Life sciences company, Cell Signaling Technology (CST), Roswell, Georgia, uses about 200,000 pairs of gloves each year. But those used gloves no longer go into a landfill. CST diverts it through a program that has enabled the company to recycle more than 4,400 pounds of gloves, which are then... Read More...
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Deutz has announced its service center in the St. Louis metropolitan area will host an open house June 23. The open house, which is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., will feature a barbecue lunch, outdoor games, prizes and giveaways for those in attendance. “We’re really excited to host this open house,”... Read More...
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A recent report issued by Holland, Ohio-based Plastic Technologies Inc. (PTI) says there may be “an opportunity to create a market for non-colored problematic polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles [that] does not exist today.”   PTI says the use of PET for packaging has seen “tremendous growth... Read More...
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World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has announced the launch of Cascading Materials Vision, a platform that seeks to enable a global system of efficient materials management, creating markets that better the reuse of materials to reduce waste. Grounded in a framework of guiding principles, the Cascading... Read More...
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A study released in June 2017 by the New York-based International Copper Association (ICA) foresees a nearly tenfold global increase in demand for copper from the electric vehicle (EV) sector by 2027.   Based on research conducted by United Kingdom-based IDTechEx, the ICA says, “By 2027, an... Read More...
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Sonoco, Hartsville, South Carolina, has announced it has restated and is implementing a previously announced $75 per ton price increase for all grades of uncoated recycled-content paperboard products in the United States and Canada, effective July 10, 2017. The low yield on the previously announced... Read More...
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Officers and staff members of the Washington-based Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) say they have conducted several meetings on both sides of the Pacific Ocean to try to investigate reports and rumors about China’s future policies toward imported recyclables.   In a conference call... Read More...
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Recycling product manufacturer Modroto, Madison, Indiana, is now offering its entire line of tilt trucks in 100 percent virgin, high-density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic as standard at no extra charge. The latest Poly-Trux tilt trucks in HDPE are rotationally molded in a single leak-proof piece with... Read More...
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Loadmaster, Norway, Michigan. The city of Sacramento aims to run the ERV on residential and recycling routes and expects to save as much as 6,000 gallons of fuel per year. The Sacramento ERV will be one of only two all-electric refuse trucks in operation within North America, both powered by Motiv... Read More...
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The 2017 edition of Electronics & Cars Recycling, organized by Switzerland-based ICM AG, will take place Nov. 14-17 in the Macau Special Administrative Region in south China.   ICM says the conference “represents the most international gathering of its kind in the fields of electronics and... Read More...
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Rubicon Global, Atlanta, has announced online lender Bond Street, New York, has joined as a partner in its RubiconPro consortium buying program. The program delivers fuel, equipment, maintenance and financial benefits for independent waste hauling companies and truckers across North America.Bond... Read More...
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New York-based Amlon Environmental Services LLC has announced the acquisition of a majority stake of Alpha Omega Recycling Inc. (AORI), a Texas-based recycler of sludges, metallic dusts and filter press cakes.   Amlon says the acquisition positions Amlon and AORI to become “a market leader in... Read More...
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Ancenis, France-based Manitou Group, a manufacturer of rough terrain material handling equipment, has announced the addition of Able Equipment Rental Inc., Deer Park, New York, to its dealer network.Able Equipment Rental will partner with Manitou to sell the heavy capacity telescopic handlers (MHT... Read More...
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Diversified Plastics Inc. (DPI), Latta, South Carolina, has opened a second manufacturing location in Union Point, Georgia.At this new facility in Georgia, Diversified Plastics manufactures its rotational molding product line and custom rotomolding products. DPI produces waste and recycling plastic... Read More...
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Charlie Ingram, Erie, Pennsylvania-based Eriez’s vice president of sales and marketing, has been named to the board of directors of the Manufacturers’ Agents National Association (MANA). According to MANA President Charley Cohen, Ingram is the first manufacturer to serve on the MANA board since its... Read More...
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Photo: Dreamstime The Container Recycling Institute (CRI), Culver City, California, has released a new report that offers insight into the value of the current bottle bill in Massachusetts, which provides refunds to consumers who return empty beverage containers to recycling locations, showing the... Read More...
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PepsiCo has announced Pine Forest High School in Fayetteville, North Carolina, as the first-place winner of the 2016–2017 nationwide Recycle Rally contest. The school recycled nearly 8.7 million bottles and cans during the school year, which PepsiCo says is the highest number recorded in the seven... Read More...
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Lisle, Illinois-based International Truck has announced the availability of the heavy-duty Fabco FSD-20K axle option on International WorkStar models. The International WorkStar 7400 and 7500 models will feature the Fabco FSD-20K right-hand offset axle as a new option. “As we focus on growing our... Read More...
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St. Charles, Missouri-based American Railcar Industries Inc. (ARI) has announced that it has begun managing its railcar leasing business in-house. The sale of its former lease fleet manager, American Railcar Leasing LLC (ARL), to SMBC Rail Services LLC was completed June 1, 2017. ARI says it now... Read More...
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Penn Waste has announced plans to add technology and capacity to the company’s 35-ton-per-hour (tph) single-stream recycling system at its 96,000-square-foot Manchester, Pennsylvania-based materials recovery facility (MRF).Eugene, Oregon-based Bulk Handling Systems (BHS) designed, engineered,... Read More...

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