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Articles from Recycling Today (July 1, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
A soft landing. (Welcome ...). Taylor, Brian Brief Article 367
A stretch of fair weather. (Editor's Focus). Taylor, Brian Brief Article 558
A wall around China. (Nonferrous). Brief Article 253
Aluminum: the critical issues: edited remarks of Brian Sturgell, executive vice president Alcan Inc., to attendees of The Aluminum Association Spring 2002 Meeting. Sturgell, Brian 1506
American Pulverizer adds shredder line. (Equipment Report). Brief Article 156
Baler maker wins family business award. (Equipment Report). Brief Article 165
Burbank adds Hustler conveyors. (Installations). Brief Article 123
Caterpillar Wheeled Material Handler. (Products). 84
Combined effect: some believe the mini-mill industry will experience further consolidation in the near future. How will the scrap industry be affected? (Mini-Mill Report). Toto, Deanne 1825
Competing in a new world; the Internet, the home and the automobile provide three new opportunities for copper and copper alloy products. Milker, Emil W. 2612
Electronics laws summarized. (Municipal Recycling). Brief Article 212
Florida Wal-Marts host recycling centers. (Scrap Industry News). Brief Article 151
Hope for ASR? (Scrap Industry News). Brief Article 323
L&P adds cross wrap line. (Equipment Report). Brief Article 115
Michigan recycling company honored. (Municipal Recycling). Brief Article 209
OCC resurgent. (Paper). Brief Article 281
Pet production plant expanding. (Plastics). Brief Article 118
Pushing demand: strong demand from China as well as from key domestic consumers has created a steady market for scrap plastic containers. (Commodity Focus). Taylor, Brian 1704
Recyclers honored by EPA. (Municipal Recycling). Brief Article 280
Rumpke revamps Columbus MRF. (Municipal Recycling). Brief Article 267
Static overseas. (Ferrous). Brief Article 267
Steel imports slow in April. (Scrap Industry News). Brief Article 147
Still hot at 50: there are plenty of challenges to meet for Allied Metal Co., Chicago, a third-generation nonferrous smelting business. (Cover Story). Stein, Bob Company Profile 1338
The great debate? Is stainless steel best classified as a ferrous or a nonferrous metal? The answer isn't so simple. Toto, DeAnne 1313
What goes around comes around. (Plastics). Brief Article 198

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