The fourth generation at Ohio-based family business Cohen is adhering to the company’s root values while also branching out into new recycling sectors.
Global aluminum markets should remain stable over the next few quarters, though overcapacity in China could squelch recovery.
The commodity “super cycle” caused by China’s rapid economic growth likely has permanently lifted metal floor prices.
Nonferrous scrap processors managed difficult market conditions throughout 2016.
Mark Lewon, the current chair of the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, says the organization can assist recyclers in numerous important ways.
After several modifications to its mill in Manistique, Michigan, and its business model, UP Paper is off to a successful start.
Dem-Con Cos., Shakopee, Minnesota, has expanded its Green Grades educational program by dedicating space, time and resources to its purpose.
Big River Steel says its “flex mill” in Osceola, Arkansas, will allow it to react more quickly to changing steel markets.
Choices made during the development of a product often are the most important in terms of that product’s end of life.
Surging recovered fiber prices are not helpful to India’s paper mills, but the nation is nonetheless poised to grow as a consumer of scrap paper.
As a Recycling Today Media Group editor for nearly three decades, Dan Sandoval says he was able to watch, listen and learn as the recycling sector grew and evolved.
The BIR says hosting its World Recycling Convention & Exhibition in Hong Kong highlights Asia’s role in recycling.
WasteExpo 2017, May 8 to 11 in New Orleans, focuses on the future with educational sessions on technology and social media and their ties to safety.