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Novelis, an Atlanta-based provider of aluminum automotive sheet that is used in making structural components and exterior body panels in vehicles, has announced a number of production capacity investments. The company is part of the Aditya Birla Group, a multinational conglomerate based in Mumbai,... Read More...
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Harter Recycling, La Crosse, Wisconsin, has installed a ballistic separator from MetalTech Systems, Pawleys Island, South Carolina. The equipment was installed in Harter’s new 20,000-square-foot material recovery facility (MRF), which also includes equipment to recover paper, plastics, glass,... Read More...
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Western Metals Recycling (WMR) has announced that its Plymouth, Utah, facility has received the Safety & Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) designation from the Utah Labor Commission. WMR facilities in Salt Lake City and Provo, Utah; and Englewood, Colorado, have already received... Read More...
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Soundview Paper Co., Elmwood Park, New Jersey, has named William Schlenger vice president of its newly formed fiber division. In his new position Schlenger will be responsible for the development of the company’s trading business in North America and abroad. Additionally, he will be in charge of... Read More...
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Boretech Group, a PET (polyethylene terephthalate) recycling company headquartered in Taiwan that operates two processing facilities in China, says it is close to commissioning its first PET recycling facility in the United States. The company, founded in 1991, says it expects to open the plant in... Read More...
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Steve Spence, who has worked with Steve Sutta, the founder of Oakland, California-based Sutta Co., since 1999 and helped form Green Planet 21 in 2009, has retired from day-to-day operations of Green Planet 21 LLC. Despite retiring from day-to-day operations, Spence will continue to guide the... Read More...
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The equipment company Eriez, based in Erie, Pennsylvania, has promoted Mike Shattuck to the position of market manager, metals recycling, while Christopher Ramsdell has been named product manager, metals recycling. Shattuck In his new role, Shattuck will be responsible for developing and... Read More...
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Franklin Miller, a Livingston, New Jersey-based manufacturer of size reduction equipment, including crushers, shredders, grinders and screens, has added the Taskmaster Titan TM14000 to its line of shredders. The patented twin-shaft shredder has a counter-rotating cutter design, featuring one... Read More...
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Plastic Recycling Inc. (PRI), Indianapolis, has brokon ground on a plant that will recycle polystyrene (PS) and expanded polystyrene (EPS). The facility, slated to be operational by early 2015, will process postconsumer foam cups, foam take-out containers and other used PS and EPS materials... Read More...
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Nobel Fire Systems, Heywood, England, says “it is startling to note that a major fire takes place at a waste or recycling company every day on average in the United Kingdom.” Nobel, a distributor of United States-made Stat-X fire suppression systems, has been marketing heavily to waste and... Read More...
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At its summer board of directors meeting, the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), Washington, adopted a policy that supports separating recyclables from waste prior to collection as opposed to commingled or one-bin collection. Sorting before collection ensures that recyclable materials... Read More...
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The German recycling and waste management firm CPE has chosen a system from Ettlinger that will allow the recycler to increase the amount and type of plastics it is able to process. Robert Hartling, CPE’s managing director, says the company has been producing around 25,000 tons of recycled plastics... Read More...
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The packaging and paper recycling firm DS Smith, based in the United Kingdom, has promoted Gareth Jenkins to the position of managing director of its U.K. packaging division. Jenkins has been with DS Smith for 20 years and has held 10 different positions with the company, most recently as sector... Read More...
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Agilyx Corp., Beaverton, Oregon, has announced plans to transition a Portland, Oregon, waste plastics-to-oil facility to the latest Agilyx Generation 6 technology. The facility, which opened in early 2013 as a Waste Management-owned operation, has been using the Agilyx Generation 5 batch system.... Read More...
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Lee & Man Paper Manufacturing, a Hong Kong-based paper company, has started up a new recycled board line in China’s Sichuan province. The PM20 paper line will have an annual capacity of 320,000 metric tons of recycled containerboard per year. In its semi-annual report, the company, one of the... Read More...
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Andritz MeWa, part of the Germany-based Andritz Group, has completed a recycling plant for electrical and electronic scrap and refrigerators in the town of Karcag in eastern Hungary. The plant is the start of the new Eco-Center being set up in Karcag intended to strengthen the region’s economy with... Read More...
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Waste and recycling company Raumarike Avfallsforedling IKS (RoAF) of Norway, and German equipment supplier Stadler have been recognized by the German-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce with an Innovation Award for the fully automated waste sorting plant they recently installed in Oslo.  The two were... Read More...
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The Ocean Recovery Alliance, Hong Kong, and other organizers of the Plasticity Forums have posted a video soliciting support for a worldwide “bottle bill” (deposit and collection scheme) to boost the recycling rate of plastic bottles and other beverage containers.   The video uses footage from Hong... Read More...
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The Beijing-based China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association Recycling Metal Branch (CMRA) says data released by China Customs shows that in June 2014 China imported 3.7 million tons of scrap commodities, including metal, paper and plastic scrap. The value of the 350,000 tons of “unwrought... Read More...
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Hungarian scrap dealer Vasker-Plusz has added two stationary Sennebogen 825 Electro machines for material handling. According to Sennebogen, based in Straubing, Germany, the electrically-driven stationary machines are covering an area of approximately 1,000 square meters. Vasker-Plusz Kft, founded... Read More...

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