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Articles from Recycling Today (January 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
A narrow gap. (Nonferrous). Brief Article 292
Arts successfully completes demo projects. (Tires/Rubber). Brief Article 95
Calendar. Calendar 255
Cooperation increases recycling options. (Municipal Recycling). Brief Article 295
Eldan tire recycling system to be installed. (Equipment Report). 362
Ferrous scrap flow map. (2003 Ferrous Scrap Supplement). Illustration 828
Finks acquire Alabama aluminum plant. (Scrap Industry News). Brief Article 188
From a to zinc: a long-time research site in Indiana is now ready to de-zinc shipments of galvanized scrap steel. (2003 Ferrous Scrap Supplement). Taylor, Brian 1213
Funding helps promote rural recycling. (Municipal Recycling). Brief Article 139
GBB assists Fort Worth in service procurement. (Municipal/Recycling). Brief Article 251
Glossary of ferrous scrap and steel industry terms. (2003 Ferrous Scrap Supplement). 1256
Good news for news. (Paper). Illustration 272
Grounded: the commercial aviation slump has left specialty metals dealers looking for a silver lining. (Commodity Focus). Toto, Deanne 1840
Harris: cranking out innovation. 1378
Holding steady. (Ferrous). Brief Article 289
In memoriam. (People). Obituary 92
Industrial services of America. (People). Brief Article 134
LBX Co. (People). 122
Marginal improvement: shredder operators have seen their margins improve in the last year, though they would welcome additional material. (2003 Ferrous Scrap Supplement). Toto, Deanne 2294
Mass. redemptions drop in 2001. (Municipal Recycling). 126
Material differences: makers of appliances and vehicles continue to work new materials into their product mix. (Materials Choices). Harler, Curt 1861
Rapra releases new publications. (Plastics). Brief Article 134
Schnitzer acquires Pick-N-Pull. (Scrap Industry News). Brief Article 187
Singles hitters: recylers are beginning to test whether single-streams systems are cost-effective for smaller recycling programs as well. Taylor, Brian 1760
St. Louis site of Steel Scrap seminar. (Scrap Industry News). Brief Article 304
Staying in touch. (Editor's Focus). Taylor, Brian 563
The hunger: scrap exporters are optimistic that offshore buyers, especially in China, will continue to demand sizeable amounts of material. (2003 Ferrous Scrap Supplement). Sandoval, Dan 1870
Urge to merger: in several parts of the world, steel companies are merging in order to survive. (2003 Ferrous Scrap Supplement). Taylor, Brian 1381
Washington reports modest increase. (Municipal Recycling). Brief Article 122
Welcome ...: a need to know. (2003 Ferrous Scrap Supplement). Taylor, Brian 342

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