Recycling Management Resources, Duluth, Georgia, has expanded through good service and good people.
The abundance of copper and brass scrap available allows buyers to be more selective in terms of what they will purchase.
Mega Recycling uses seven grinders to process a diverse range of plastics to support its sister companies.
Virginia-based Potomac Metals Inc. invested in wire chopping technology to improve its wire processing capabilities.
Mexico’s Waste Eco Treatment considered a variety of shredding equipment before it found an option that offered the versatility it sought.
Changing material streams prompt material recovery facilities to integrate new technologies and processes.
China’s role in reshaping the U.S. aluminum rolling sector could drive major investment.
MRF operators and municipalities must strike a balance between risks and rewards in recycling contracts.
Minnesota’s Eureka Recycling improves trust, efficiency and safety with the FleetLink fleet management system.
The 2019 Paper & Plastics Recycling Conference examines the latest developments in these sectors and recycled content opportunities in packaging.
Sean Richter sales manager, shredding & recycling systems at Shred-Tech, answers questions about primary shredders.