Dallas-based Texas Recycling sees opportunity to grow by building its metals business while also keeping its competitive edge in recovered paper markets.
Aluminum scrap markets in North America had been plagued by oversupply prior to the pandemic, but demand has rebounded and could be poised to increase.
ITAD service providers could face a wave of new demand for services in the aftermath of the pandemic, an Ingram Micro executive says.
A veteran scrap trader says steelmakers in Brazil have had an on-again, off-again love affair with imported scrap.
North America’s nonferrous scrap processors met the challenges of the pandemic and continued to process material.
There’s some good news regarding railroad performance, but there’s still room for much improvement.
Inventory acquisition plays a key role in the profitability of auto recycling operations.
After weathering a pandemic, recyclers could be in store for additional volatility if a comeback strains commodity markets.
MRF technology and design are constantly evolving.
The steel industry benefits from rising demand amid a supply shortage and prospects of infrastructure stimulus.
The city of Wausau, Wisconsin, has joined with Betterbin and Rocket Industrial to offer its residents a recycling education app.
Operators of auto shredding plants can benefit from a nationwide framework on how to measure and suppress regulated emissions.
What the waste and recycling industry can expect with environmental justice initiatives and how to respond.
Reflecting on the past, present and future, CP Group attributes its quality machinery to its firsthand experience operating a MRF.
The prompt installation of a Harris Badger baler has helped Toledo, Ohio-based R&M Recycling Inc. rebound from a fire.