United Scrap Metal, Cicero, Illinois, prioritizes employee training and development in pursuit of its goal of continuous improvement.
As vaccination rates rise around the world, steelmakers and ferrous scrap processors are expecting healthy global demand to follow.
DJJ strengthened its safety culture by focusing on P-SIFs—potentially serious injuries and fatalities—a process-oriented approach for preventing workplace injuries.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought a wave of new challenges for recyclers across the U.S., but industry professionals say these impacts have only magnified existing problems.
Lopsided container positioning is affecting global shipping.
Exchange-based ferrous scrap trading and hedging options are available, but the steel and scrap industries remain slow to adopt them.
Aluminum’s share of the automotive market continues to grow.
Marquette County, Michigan, addresses the challenges of rural recycling in part by upgrading its material recovery facility.
Georgia-based Premier Surplus automates e-scrap processing, boosting its efficiency.
A study that Eunomia conducted of recycling in the U.S. reveals that bottle bills and other forms of EPR could help increase the recycling rate for packaging.
India-based Khanna Paper is a growing recovered paper consumer.
WasteExpo returns in person in June following last year’s virtual event.
The circular economy can help address concerns about climate change.
Norsk Gjenvinning made an award-winning investment in a turnkey system from BHS.
When Gershow Recycling needed a new approach to feed its newly developed 70tonper-hour nonferrous plant, U.S. Conveyor Technologies delivered.
The Eriez Shred1 ballistic separator has helped Ferrous Processing & Trading maintain a low-copper threshold for its ferrous shred.
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