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The Michigan Strategic Fund (MSF) has approved an inducement resolution of up to $125 million in private activity bonds to partially finance a $200 million project by Green Box NA, De Pere, Wisconsin, which is slated to build two recycling-related facilities in Detroit and Cheboygan, Michigan. The... Read More...
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The Virginia cities of Roanoke, Salem and Vinton and Roanoke County, along with the Coca-Cola Co. and the grocery store chain Kroger, are bringing back the Coca-Cola Recycle & Win program, a nationally recognized sustainability initiative that offers tips on recycling and rewards selected... Read More...
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Structural Metals Inc., a subsidiary of Commercial Metals Co. (CMC ) has entered into a definitive agreement to purchase Newell Recycling of San Antonio LP, located in San Antonio.   In a release, CMC says that it anticipates that it will complete the acquisition by June 13, 2014, but completion of... Read More...
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The equipment company Sennebogen has opened a training academy and museum at its headquarters in Straubing, Germany. The Sennebogen Academy and the Erich Sennebogen Museum were both opened in May 2014, as a milestone in the history of the business since its founding more than 60 years ago. The... Read More...
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Recology CleanScapes, a subsidiary of Recology, headquartered in San Francisco, has officially opened a 75,000-square-foot material recovery facility (MRF) in South Seattle. The facility will process commercial and residential commingled recyclable materials. Bulk Handling Systems (BHS), based in... Read More...
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MTB Group and Erdmann have partnered to create the shredder solutions company MTB Recyclingtechnik GmbH based in Germany. From left, Christian Schroll, MTB GmbH; Jean-Philippe Fusier, MTB Group; and Mickaël Bohlefeld, MTB GmbH. During the recent IFAT exhibition held in May 2014 in Munich, Germany... Read More...
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Industrial Metals of Winnipeg, Manitoba, has purchased an M6090 shredding plant from Wendt Corporation of Buffalo, New York. The system is Industrial Metals’ first automobile shredder and the company reports this equipment is part of a corporate expansion strategy. The third generation, family-... Read More...
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Midwest Fiber Recycling, based in Normal, Illinois, has announced that its electronics recycling division has been independently audited and certified, meeting R2:2013, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007 standards for responsible management systems and procedures.    The company, which services... Read More...
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Houston-based Global Clean Energy Inc. (GCE) has announced it is in the final stages of its due diligence subsequent to an executed agreement to acquire a nonferrous scrap metal and catalytic recycling company in the United States.   The company, which will be majority owned by GCE, will focus on... Read More...
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Vecoplan LLC, based in Archdale, North Carolina, has named Mike LaGoe director of project management. LaGoe has worked as a manager in Vecoplan’s project engineering department since 2011 and brings a total of 15 years of engineering management experience to his new position. Prior to joining... Read More...
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The U.S. Department of Justice has reported that Mark Sawyer, the owner and operator of A&E Salvage Inc., based in Tennessee, has pled guilty in federal court in Greeneville, Tennessee, for conspiring to violate the Clean Air Act. Mark Sawyer, the owner and operator, pleaded guilty to one... Read More...
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Coffee and food services provider Farmer Bros. Co., Torrance, California, has chosen GreenDrop recycling stations to collect recyclable and compostable waste from locations at which it operates. Farmer Brothers says its objective is to reach 100 percent landfill diversion by the year 2015.   The... Read More...
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An office of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, has received the top award in the U.S. EPA Federal Green Challenge, an annual recognition of efforts by federal government agencies to reduce their environmental impacts.   U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’... Read More...
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has notified Exide Technologies, headquartered in Milton, Georgia, of federal violations that the battery recycler has committed at its Vernon, California, lead smelting facility. The agency says that its investigation, prompted by community concerns... Read More...
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The technology company Dell, headquartered in Round Rock, Texas, has signed a partnership deal with Newlight Technologies, Irvine, California, under which the computer company will be able to provide carbon-negative packaging. Newlight has invented AirCarbon, a product that is a plastic material... Read More...
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The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded $600,000 in grant money to fund two market development projects in the state. The two projects are expected to result in nearly 57,000 scrap tires being recycled. The program has been designed to provide financial assistance for businesses... Read More...
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Two Japan-based companies, Kobe Steel Ltd. and Toyota Tsusho Corp., have announced that they are considering establishing a joint venture operation to produce and sell aluminum sheet for automotive body panels and automotive heat exchangers in the United States. The two companies, both... Read More...
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The American Chemistry Council’s (ACC’s) Plastics Division has expanded its support for the Curbside Value Partnership (CVP) by joining the newly created Recycling Partnership, a national, public-private collaboration that is expected to launch this July. The Recycling Partnership is the result of... Read More...
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Pacific Steel & Recycling, a recycling firm headquartered in Great Falls, Montana, has sold its Branch 47 auto parts division to an independent auto recycling company that presently operates a single location in Idaho. Branch 47 has one location in Twin Falls, Idaho. One source notes that the... Read More...
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Wastequip, a Charlotte, North Carolina-based maker of waste and recycling equipment, says its new 265IP Precision Series compactor is “ideal for walk-up or ground-fed applications” in retail and institutional settings. The company says the 265IP is particularly suited for wet waste such as... Read More...

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