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The world over: Florida-based brokerage firm Traders International Corp. exports a variety of scrap paper grades around the world. Nov 1, 2007 1127
Gathering place: the recycling community gathered in Denver for the National Recycling Coalition Annual Congress & Expo. Nov 1, 2007 1781
Book ends: Caraustar's Recovered Fiber Group taps the market for recycling old books. Oct 1, 2007 878
Fueling change: markets for recycled tires are strong and growing more sophisticated. Oct 1, 2007 1574
Driving force: the Louisiana DEQ and an Alabama-based contractor tackle the collection, remediation and recycling of vehicles abandoned after 2005's Hurricane Katrina. Sep 1, 2007 1087
Power play: a systems upgrade boosts productivity and cuts costs at TFC Recycling's Chesapeake, Va., MRF. Jun 1, 2007 1366
End of the line: end products determine the optimum sorting system for tire recyclers. May 1, 2007 1212
Generation gap: what steps can the recycling industry take to attract more young talent? Apr 1, 2007 1371
Tech savvy: inventory management software helps scrap recyclers keep organized. Apr 1, 2007 1611
Southern hospitality: Atlanta welcomes the solid waste industry as the host city for WasteExpo 2007. Apr 1, 2007 1222
Making the cut: many recyclers rely on hydraulic shears for prep work and other tasks in the yard. Mar 1, 2007 1181
On the move: ISRI celebrates its 20th anniversary with its 2007 Convention & Exposition. Mar 1, 2007 1586
Texas welcome: C&D industry professionals network and learn at C&D World 2007. Mar 1, 2007 2140
Solid stature: when it comes to export markets, a good-looking metal bale can build a recycler's reputation. Feb 1, 2007 1187
Accountable for success: a new leadership team and robust demand for recovered fiber add up to a bright future for Weyerhaeuser Co. Cover story Jan 1, 2007 1353
A load-off: manufacturers offer tips for determining the best loader for an operation. Nov 1, 2006 1644
Moving mountains: excavators armed with attachments perform a controlled demolition job. Nov 1, 2006 904
Hearts of gold: the Abitibi Paper Retriever program partners with Mittal Steel to benefit the American Heart Association. Oct 1, 2006 781
A high-tech world: as the industry grows more sophisticated, recyclers have many factors to consider when choosing software. Editorial Oct 1, 2006 1102
On the horizon: Horizontal grinders are a popular choice for scrap wood and C&D recycling. Aug 1, 2006 1428
Thrown away: a Georgia waste study reveals opportunities for public-private sector partnerships to recover recyclable commodities before they go to landfills. Statistical table Jul 1, 2006 1758
Proven metal: the Federal Metal Co. seeks to meet its customers' unique needs in a shifting market. Company overview Mar 1, 2006 1718
Viva conventions: the ISRI Annual Convention and WasteExpo head to Vegas the first week of April. Mar 1, 2006 1092
Common ground: paper and plastics recyclers will find conference opportunities with co-located shows this summer. Mar 1, 2006 906
A matter of trust: strong communication between recyclers and clients can help recyclers ensure they are FACTA compliant. Feb 1, 2006 1369
Designs on the future: designing for recycling encourages manufacturers to plan for the end of their products' lives. Jan 1, 2006 1593
Tools of the trade: wrap glass toolkit offers guidance on setting up glass collection programs with bars, cafes and restaurants. Dec 1, 2005 824
Living large: recyclers say bigger is better when it comes to choosing a skid steer. Nov 1, 2005 1059
Smooth operators: operator training is essential to successful use of metal analyzing equipment. Nov 1, 2005 1097
Going high-tech: recyclers use custom software to improve their services to their generating customers. Oct 1, 2005 1505
Off the road again: Europe's automotive recycling industry adapts as the EU's ELV Directive takes effect. Sep 1, 2005 1195
The daily grind: asphalt shingles, drywall and wood burning power plants create new markets for secondary grinding equipment. Aug 1, 2005 1710
Can do: steel contends with competition from plastic to hold on to its share of packaging markets. Aug 1, 2005 1392
Taking care of business: municipal recycling programs make progress toward becoming more cost effective. Jul 1, 2005 1357
Wheeled platform material handlers are gaining in popularity among recyclers with paved scrap yards. Jun 1, 2005 1202
Quick-attach systems help scrap processors get more out of their material handling equipment. Jun 1, 2005 1368
Southern comfort: the paper recycling industry gathers in Atlanta for the 2005 Paper Recycling Conference & Trade Show. Jun 1, 2005 1390
Into the mix: driven by market demand, mixed paper is coming into its own in the recovered fiber market. May 1, 2005 1499
Opting for optical: MRF operators are taking a more serious look at optical sorting technology to improve the quality of their end products and to reduce labor costs. May 1, 2005 1453
All torn up: "full-box shredding" and good record keeping can help operators ease wear on their shredding plants. Apr 1, 2005 1608
Leaving on a jet plane: the recycling industry celebrates spring with trade shows in Las Vegas and Barcelona. Apr 1, 2005 913
Expansion teams: recyclers and plastics organizations work to expand municipal plastics collections. Mar 1, 2005 1124
Spring fling: the scrap industry gathers in New Orleans this April for the annual ISRI Convention and Exposition. Mar 1, 2005 845
Electric groove: the right equipment and operating procedures can help recyclers increase the energy efficiency of their baling operations. Feb 1, 2005 1214
Waiting to exhale: wire and experience can help recyclers deal with the problems associated with baling plastics. Feb 1, 2005 1185
Survival of the fittest: by focusing on service and integrity, mid-sized scrap companies will remain contenders in the market, owners say. Industry Overview Jan 1, 2005 1560
New kid in town: the emergence of hybrid-fueled cars could boost the number of nickel-metal hydride batteries in the recycling stream. Jan 1, 2005 2071
Pay to play: recycling programs are not likely to keep collecting glass if it proves costly. Dec 1, 2004 2108

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