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Articles from Recycling Today (October 1, 2003)

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A curbed appetite: municipal officials need continuing assurances that curbside recycling programs make fiscal sense. Taylor, Brian 1225
A faster baler means more profit. 499
Advocates claim bill gutted. 321
American Iron announces winning sculptures. Brief Article 154
Beyond throughput: there are considerations besides throughput volume when selecting document shredding equipment. Viveen, Paul 1503
Building a better bale with Sierra. Brief Article 336
Calendar. Brief Article 223
Caterpillar H140D S hydraulic hammer. Brief Article 95
City considers dropping diaper recycling program. Brief Article 211
CMC lands carrier business. Brief Article 156
Conference offers ferrous scrap views. Brief Article 215
CP Mfg. buys MSS sorting line. Brief Article 178
Data trail: software can help recyclers large and small to manage their businesses more efficiently. Toto, Deanne 1584
Divergent views on China. Taylor, Brian 508
Down the slide. 393
Filled with unleaded. 375
Fine tuned: Metro Detroit's curbside stream yields desirable paper grades for Great Lakes International Recycling. Taylor, Brian 1750
Forward motion: wheeled Fuchs scrap handlers keep metal moving at Sand Springs Metal Processing. 393
Fraying at the edges: the condition of domestic wire chopping has some processors on edge. Toto, Deanne 1360
High capacity baling of recyclable materials. 337
Home field advantage: the crumb rubber of Recovery Technologies Group Inc. is used in fields of play and beyond, with an important boost from Ford Motor Co. Taylor, Brian 2161
Illinois scrap firm expands into badger state. Brief Article 84
Learning curve: pilot programs and test events mark the first steps in creating an electronics recycling systems. Taylor, Brian 1240
Metso Minerals unleashes spider. Brief Article 143
Missouri study focuses on white goods. Brief Article 168
Moving out of the booster seat. Taylor, Brian 369
N.Y. ratifies scrap tire law. Brief Article 212
NC State and Waste Industries 'Chuck It'. Brief Article 250
New technology may be too good. Jennings, Michael 509
NYC issues proposal. Brief Article 245
Ohio Magnetics offers Mag packages. Brief Article 140
Recycle to fight breast cancer. Brief Article 194
Recycled Plastics Co. makes acquisition. Brief Article 124
Reverse logistics firms partner for electronics projects. Brief Article 116
Scrap spike. 559
Sierra/Macpresse: one to grow on. Brief Article 304
Staying the course: one of America's oldest curbside programs in Islip, N.Y., sticks with what works. Taylor, Brian 3139
Steady diet: keeping a shredder evenly fed is among the priorities for productive auto shredder operators. Taylor, Brian 2390
Telling secrets: mill buyers share their secrets to success at a 2003 Paper Recycling Conference panel discussion. Toto, Deanne 1926
Thinking in reverse. Coia, Anthony 1559
Throwing its weight around: the tons of scrap paper bound for China have made it a major global player in just a few years. Sandoval, Dan 1736
To the recycling industry. Sacco, John. B. Brief Article 280
Unwelcome wax: the presence of waxed corrugated boxes continues to muddy the paper recycling stream. Sandoval, Dan 1698
Up and away. 402

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