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Articles from Recycling Today (December 1, 2005)

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Aleris acquires select Ormet facilities. Brief Article 152
At your service: for both municipalities and scrap recyclers, containers are an essential piece of equipment. Sandoval, Dan Column 838
BIR Plastics committee looks at world markets. 423
Blueprint for success: green metals has established and grown its business by merging U.S. and Japanese business philosophies. Sandoval, Dan Cover Story 2408
Calendar. 171
California City considers C&D recycling ordinance. Brief Article 140
CEA study finds most unwanted electronics go to secondary users. 468
City Carton employee receives Red Cross award. Brief Article 223
CMA makes acquisition. 112
Controlled demo at work in the Windy City. 511
Defending free trade. Panel Discussion 481
Fast turnaround: Modesto Junk Co. accomplishes a lot with three baling lines situated on two acres. Taylor, Brian Company Profile 873
Genesis logix processor. 106
Gertler opens Scrap Metal firm. Brief Article 118
Harris sells mega Shredder. Brief Article 91
Hydrospeed 80 briquetter. 109
Iowa adds asphalt shingles to mix. Brief Article 84
Keeping the spigot open. 492
Lukas introduces industrial cutter for recycling industry. 182
OmniSource signs brokerage agreement. Brief Article 83
On the move. 463
Paper or plastic? Recycling Today's plastics recycling Conference & Trade Show debuts by co-locating with the group's paper recycling conference. Taylor, Brian 486
Putting the freeze on recycled paperboard. Brief Article 235
Rotten business: hurricane-damaged appliances offer an opportunity that is not for the faint of heart. Harler, Curt Column 1397
Sam's Club launches recycling pilot. Brief Article 196
Sam's Club teams up with NatureWorks LLC. Brief Article 192
Selection sense: Steinert's new Selective Sensor allows Milliron Recycling to purify its nonferrous metal. Advertisement 412
Sims, Hugo Neu complete merger. 216
Single stream success: Blue Mountain Recycling finds success with its single-stream MRF in Philadelphia. Biddle, David Company Profile 1293
Smorgon eyes China. Brief Article 88
State measures recycling status. Brief Article 140
Study assesses Georgia's recycling efforts. 454
Tools of the trade: wrap glass toolkit offers guidance on setting up glass collection programs with bars, cafes and restaurants. Gubeno, Jackie 824
Two-point reversal. Taylor, Brian Editorial 442
Under construction: excavators replace wrecking balls as controlled demolition becomes more popular on job sites. Turley, William Column 808

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