As Southside Recycling waits to start up its new state-of-the-art shredding facility in Chicago, the company is navigating permitting issues related to environmental justice concerns.
M&A activity in the metal recycling sector is expected to be robust through the remainder of 2021, driven by the economic outlook, industry dynamics, the aging demographic of scrap company owners and tax rate changes.
Red metal scrap is finding new homes in Asia after China raised its import standards this year.
Scrap traders hope the London Metal Exchange will continue to offer terms and procedures that recognize smaller companies’ limitations.
Ronak Shah, president of Levitated Metals, says his company is focused on making the best twitch product for consumers with its new heavy media plant.
Ellwood Group, an iron castings company, has invested $72 million to open a facility to produce aluminum castings using scrap.
The rise of EAF-based steelmaking in the southern United States could affect scrap flows to and from Mexico.
Russia’s position as a top ferrous scrap exporter is in danger from the recent duties its government imposed on scrap exports.
Will the increasing consumption of nickel by EV battery producers affect its availability for the stainless steel industry?