Mid America Recycling, Des Moines, Iowa, reemerged in 2015 to reclaim its reputation as a quality MRF operator, despite growing contamination in the residential recycling stream.
China’s import restrictions have negatively affected demand and pricing for residential mixed plastics bales.
RRT Design & Construction CEO Nat Egosi discusses what MRF operators can expect when it comes to retrofits.
ISRI’s Adina Renee Adler says exports to China will shift from shipments of scrap to commodities that were processed from scrap.
Asking and answering the right questions can help metal recyclers acquire the appropriate scrap handler for the tasks assigned.
Scrap handlers used by Thibodeaux & Son Scrapyard, New Iberia, Louisiana, help the company make a good impression as it serves customers along the Gulf Coast.
Will Chamley, owner of Chamley Pipe & Salvage, Williston, North Dakota, capitalizes on the growth of the oil industry in the region with help from his company’s scrap handler.
Virginia-based Potomac Metals Inc. is among the scrap companies that have sought a quick and cost-effective way to enter the wire processing sector.
To solve scrap separating challenges, Eriez has looked beyond its own talented staff to forge partnerships with leading research institutions.
Maryland-based Duffy Box & Recycling has watched baler jams and downtime nearly disappear thanks to its G-Balers from Unlimited Recycling Resources LLC (URR).