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Wagner Bunting Magnetics Co., headquartered in Newton, Kansas, has announced the appointment of Bill Wagner to the company’s executive leadership team as the chief financial officer. Wagner brings two decades of experience to the company, which specializes in magnet and magnetic equipment... Read More...
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Photo: Dreamstime The Closed Loop Foundation, the 501(c)(3) arm of Closed Loop Partners, New York, has announced eight recipients that will receive a total of $350,000 to aid in food waste reduction efforts. The organization says it spent nine months searching for the most innovative, viable and... Read More...
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Oxford, United Kingdom-based Oxford Instruments’ Industrial Analysis division has been acquired by Tokyo-based Hitachi High-Technologies Group for £80 million ($104.2 million).   The newly combined company, Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science, “brings together Hitachi High-Technologies’ extensive... Read More...
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Inventories of primary copper are rising, and some analysts say eager purchasing of copper scrap in China is one of the reasons.   Copper inventories listed on the COMEX exchange hit a 13-year high in July 2017, according to an online report from Reuters.   The reasons, say two reporters who... Read More...
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The Washington-based Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) says China has notified the World Trade Organization (WTO) of its intent to ban the import of mixed paper, “most scrap plastics” and metal slags and drosses by the end of 2017.   ISRI says the plastic scrap grades covered by the... Read More...
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a report by the Daily Camera says. More than 100,000 pounds of steel furniture, 85,000 books and 81,000 pounds of electronics have been recycled or reused so far.A $576 million bond issue that was approved by voters in 2014 allowed the district to make reuse and recycling a priority, the report... Read More...
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Midwest Fiber Recycling, headquartered in Decatur, Illinois, has announced the acquisition of Community Resource Inc. (CRI), Urbana, Illinois. The merger offers the Champaign-Urbana area additional recycling services and gives businesses the opportunity to reduce the amount of material being sent... Read More...
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Steve Wong, the executive president of the China Scrap Plastic Association (CSPA) and a member of the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) Plastics Committee, has alerted fellow recyclers that a media report on a Chinese state television network has provided data on inspections carried out at... Read More...
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The Recycling Today Media Group has selected Warsaw, Poland, as the host city for the 2017 edition of its Paper & Plastics Recycling Conference Europe event. The 2017 version of the event combines what had been two parallel programs into one dynamic program of interest to recyclers of paper... Read More...
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James C. Fish Jr. was appointed president of Waste Management (WM) in August 2016 and added the role of CEO in November 2016. He previously served as the company’s chief financial officer and has been with WM since 2001. In the article “Changing the model,” which will appear in the August 2017... Read More...
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Eriez, Erie, Pennsylvania, introduced its P-Rex rare earth scrap drums in 2010, primarily targeting the scrap recycling sector. The company says these units now are operating across North America in a wide variety of recycling sectors in addition to boosting ferrous recovery rates at waste-to-... Read More...
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Navistar, headquartered in Lisle, Illinois, has announced that its integrated OnCommand Connection Telematics solution, launched in March 2017, is available for purchase as of mid-July. It offers truck and bus drivers and fleets an easy-to-use, comprehensive, one-price solution that can help cut... Read More...
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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will launch the Injury Tracking Application (ITA) Aug. 1, 2017. The web-based form allows employers to electronically submit required injury and illness data from their completed 2016 OSHA Form 300A. The application will be accessible from... Read More...
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The executive committee of the National Recycling Coalition (NRC) has announced a July 21, 2017, deadline as it seeks candidates who wish to serve as the organization’s executive director.   The NRC, which describes itself as a non-profit organization focused on the promotion and enhancement of... Read More...
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The St. Paul, Minnesota-based International Magnesium Association (IMA) has announced the findings of what it calls a comprehensive material flow analysis of magnesium in the European Union for the year 2012. The report was prepared during the first half of 2017 by United Kingdom-based research... Read More...
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Atlanta-based Meridian Waste Solutions Inc. says its contract with the city of Florissant, Missouri, has been renewed through the spring of 2021. Meridian says it will continue to provide garbage and recycling pickup services to more than 17,500 homes in the city, which is a northern suburb of St... Read More...
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Nonferrous scrap metal brokerage firm Kripke Enterprises Inc. (KEI), headquartered in Toledo, Ohio, has announced the promotion of Eric Phillips to vice president of operations.  President Matt Kripke says, “Eric joined our team in 2008 as warehouse manager. His knowledge of the industry and... Read More...
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California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA), Sacramento, has announced Jenna Abbott as its new executive director. Abbott’s selection follows a three-month search during which CRRA says it was pleased to have had a rich pool of applicants from which to choose. Abbott will start Aug. 1 and will... Read More...
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The U.S. Green Building Council-Los Angeles (USGBC-LA) Chapter is working on its summer endeavor, the veggie bus classroom project. Proposed by Community Services Unlimited Inc. (CSU), Los Angeles, the veggie bus was selected by the USGBC-LA as its 2017 Legacy Project due to its reuse, recycle and... Read More...
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Thermostat Recycling Corp. (TRC), Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, is expanding its contestant eligibility for its 2017 Big Man On Planet (BMOP) competition."Now in our sixth year, we're creating greater excitement by expanding the BMOP playing field," says Ryan Kiscaden, TRC's executive director. "... Read More...

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