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Articles from Recycling Today (March 1, 2002)

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A Canadian scrap metal company sprouts a plastic recycling branch. (Company Profile). Love, Myron 1124
A charged-up market; the recycling of several types of batteries has created a number of established processes. (Battery Recycling). Mueller, Harve T. Brief Article 1920
A longer ride. (Ferrous). Brief Article 322
All batteries included. (Back Page). Brief Article 116
Aluminum industry plugs back in. (Scrap Industry News). Brief Article 180
BIR to unveil new Web format. (BIR News). Brief Article 198
Bring on the noise. (Editor's Focus). Taylor, Brian Brief Article 567
Buffeted by uncertainty; the roiling of the paper stock market continues to haunt paper stock dealers. A turnaround this year is hoped for, although optimism is muted. (Commodity Focus). Sandoval, Daniel Statistical Data Included 2002
Calendar. 502
Canusa, Hershman to merge. (Paper). Brief Article 299
Coke buys recycled pet. (NonMetallics). Brief Article 182
Columbus drop-off program under new management. (Municipal Recycling). Brief Article 209
Columbus Mckinnon shredder installed. (Installations). Brief Article 131
Commonwealth closes book on bad year. (Nonferrous). Brief Article 91
Computer recyclers to meet. (Scrap Industry News). 180
EPA factsheet now online. (NonMetallics). Brief Article 101
Getting manic about recycling. (Back Page). 160
Granutech Saturn Systems. (People). Brief Article 87
Harris to roll out "E" series. (ISRI Expo Preview). Brief Article 246
Harsco wins mill services contracts. (Ferrous). 138
Innov-X debuts at ISRI. (ISRI Expo Preview). Brief Article 144
Iron foundries shuttered. (Ferrous). Brief Article 283
Kaiser bankruptcy hits scrap segment. (Scrap Industry News). Brief Article 193
Kansas firm looks to recycle tires. (NonMetallics). Brief Article 366
Knocking down the door. (Back Page). Brief Article 145
Manufactures agree to California plastics program. (NonMetallics). Brief Article 208
Marathon muscles into retail spaces. (Equipment Report). Brief Article 137
Monte Carlo serves as BIR Spring host. (BIR News). 382
Name that alloy. (Nonferrous). Brief Article 138
NERC aids communities in electronic recycling efforts. (Municipal Recycling). Brief Article 101
NRC Recycling awards. (People). Brief Article 223
NSWMA lawsuit dismissed. (Municipal Recycling). Brief Article 206
Nucor makes bid for Birmingham. (Scrap Industry News). Brief Article 648
NYC Mayor considers cutting back recycling. (Municipal Recycling). Brief Article 151
Parking garage moved and re-used. (C&D News). Brief Article 151
Peltz sells shredding division to Iron Mountain. (Paper). Brief Article 152
PROP Certification Training Program continues. (Municipal Recycling). Brief Article 146
Recycling among ConExpo topics. (C&D News). Brief Article 168
Regulations threaten C&D recyclers. (C&D News). 361
Running the obstacle course; from its modest 90,000 square feet location, Conigliaro Industries handles a variety of recycling tasks. (Company Profile). Taylor, Brian 1779
SAC Recycling Trucks adds dealer. (Equipment Report). Brief Article 121
Safety-Kleen offers collection service. (NonMetallics). Brief Article 108
Schnitzer Steel Industries Inc. (People). Brief Article 136
Sherbanuk Metals Marketing. (People). Brief Article 91
Shifting the focus; iron foundries feel the heat from competing aluminum operations as both metals chase the automotive market. (Consumer Focus). Harler, Curt Statistical Data Included 2012
Shipbreaking revival in Philly. (Scrap Industry News). Brief Article 270
Sierra sells Shear, Logger. (Installations). Brief Article 173
Speed it up, please. (Nonferrous). Brief Article 338
Stanton A. Moss Inc. (People). Brief Article 179
Still shipping out. (Paper). Brief Article 167
Still waiting. (Paper). Brief Article 465
T.H. Glennon Co. Inc. (People). Brief Article 103
The maquiladora effect: the opportunities for recyclers in Mexico's maquiladora plants are numerous. (International Report). Rovelo, Carlos Statistical Data Included 1474
The mercury program: mercury's toxicity is prompting associations, environmental groups and communities across North America to address the recovery of this heavy metal from end-of-life automobiles. (Environmental Compliance). Toto, DeAnne 2348
The next wave: aluminum bottles? (Back Page). Brief Article 152
Top 20 ferrous scrap processors in the United States: the managers of the nation's 20 largest ferrous scrap processing companies can be justifiably proud of leading their companies to the top. (Cover Story). Taylor, Brian Directory 3790
Web enabled; the days when only "techies" used the Internet are long gone. Nowadays, more people find that using the Internet is an essential part of day-to-day business. (Recycling On The Web). Sandoval, Daniel 2059
Web spotlight. Brief Article 186
Weight watchers: scrap recyclers watch closely as automakers choose between steel, aluminum and other materials in their quest to build light weight vehicles. (Automotive Materials). Toto, DeAnne Statistical Data Included 2093
Winston Salem looks to add OCC. (Municipal Recycling). Brief Article 167
World Mirror is new report format. (BIR News). Brief Article 115

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