India, Pakistan and Bangladesh are growing destinations for U.S. ferrous scrap exports.
High-stakes investments continue to be made in EAF steelmaking in North America.
Texas is becoming an attractive destination for EAF steelmakers.
Credit insurers have reduced financial limits, hurting smaller steelmakers and scrap providers.
Shredder operators must weigh various factors in deciding whether to produce furnace-ready aluminum scrap.
The government of China, after taking a hard line on all scrap imports, has reopened pathways for high-grade scrap metal shipments.
Recycling could play a role in increasing U.S. production of rare earth elements and other critical metals.
Recycled-content aluminum could be poised to take better financial advantage of its low-emissions production methods.
Copper consumption is likely to rebound in 2021 as the global economy attempts to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
New sensor-based sorting technology is designed to help recyclers produce low-magnesium twitch from zorba.
DMS Metals invested in an auto shredder with a nonferrous downstream system to become more self-sufficient.
An MV/LV inverter from Danieli has proven its ability to lower energy and wear parts costs for one of the largest shredder operators in the United Kingdom, with a facility in the London area. The productivity and profit-boosting technology can be retrofitted into existing shredder plants.
An Eriez ultra high-frequency (UHF) eddy current unit is helping Garden Street Iron & Metal create marketable zorba at its Ohio shredder yard.