The Shapiro family’s Austin Metal & Iron in Texas has remained a family-owned company since 1913.
Polypropylene recyclers see growing potential for PCR.
Recycling facilities use education outreach and work with nonprofits to expose consumers to the dangers of improper battery recycling.
California’s Shred Works Inc. understands the importance of information security for customers of all sizes.
Seismic market swings require a paradigm shift in paper separation for MRFs to remain profitable.
Adding a shredder and nonferrous separation plant expanded Newco Metal & Auto Recycling’s capabilities.
The changing material stream and a desire to increase recovered paper quality prompted Eureka Recycling, Minneapolis, to upgrade its MRF.
Dem-Con Cos.’ single-stream MRF uses balers that easily can grow with the company.
A number of factors have combined to reduce the insurance coverage available to recyclers.
An Ultra High-Frequency (UHF) Eddy Current Separator from Eriez has helped Waukesha Iron & Metal recover metallic fines from its ASR.
GDB International, based in New Jersey, chose a baler that could support its expanding customer base.
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William Close of Wendt Corporation addresses questions about metal sorting.
Bulk Handling Systems continues to advance our Max-AI line.