A year of unprecedented turbulence posed challenges for recyclers, but the industry’s resilience has been on display.
Even after one of the worst economic quarters in history, ferrous scrap has been able to hold onto much of its value.
Sensor sorters have played an important role in upgrading the quality of shredded nonferrous grades.
Waste Management’s John Morris shares his thoughts on the evolution of the company and the recycling industry in general.
Supply-side issues have led to escalating costs and reduced availability of trucks for transporting recyclables.
Tupperware Brands Corp. has introduced two products made from chemically recycled materials, with plans to further expand its use of chemically recycled plastics.
Amid a year of challenging market conditions, Asheville Waste Paper invested in an American Baler machine to improve productivity.
Harris scrap metal shears at Metalico yards in Akron and Youngstown, Ohio, continue to cut that firm’s obsolete scrap down to size.