Electric vehicles are gaining market share, whether by mandate in some parts of the world or consumer preference in others. For recyclers, this raises many questions.
As supply and demand for aluminum scrap come into better balance, the COVID-19 pandemic becomes a new source of uncertainty.
Optimizing your auto shredder will allow you to maximize production and product quality while also reducing downtime and operational costs.
North America’s largest ferrous scrap processors are staying the course but are finding volumes difficult to grow in the current market.
Buckeye Polymers, Lodi, Ohio, expands from postindustrial to postconsumer plastics recycling.
Renewed global attention to scrap quality standards has North American recyclers reinvesting in processing capacity and new techniques.
Grupo Ferromolins of Spain prioritizes innovation and quality in its scrap metal recycling operations.
Certified electronics recyclers from across the country are joining The Electronics Reuse & Recycling Alliance.
Electric arc furnace steelmaking is expected to grow as the industry focuses on carbon neutrality.
Market conditions for mixed paper are sluggish today and quality remains a concern, but new demand capacity is expected.
Marc Ehrlich and Switzerland-based Vipa Group have reached out to the world with a philosophy of dialog and connectivity.
Packaging and recycling have experienced dynamic changes in recent years, with more to come.
As we grapple with the unknown of COVID-19, the scrap recycling companies that succeed will be able to adjust to price cycles and volatility by buying right and adding value to the materials they control.
The ReCell Center seeks to overcome challenges to recycling lithium-ion batteries from electric vehicles.
How residential research can combat contamination.
India’s government is not always supportive, but metals producers there have developed growing appetites for imported scrap.
Mark Reiter, former vice president of government relations at ISRI, helped the recycling industry on Capitol Hill for nearly 30 years.
Amid a year of challenging market conditions, Asheville Waste Paper invested in an American Baler machine to improve productivity.
Michigan-based scrap recycler PADNOS uses Shared Logic’s RIMAS operating system to build trust with customers.
A five-generation family business model provides Detroit Edge Tool with a vital connection to the scrap recycling industry, which it serves through continuous investment and innovation.
CP Group’s MRF design principles and engineered solutions produce results for customers.
Mark Volansky of Winkle Industries answers questions about magnets.