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Articles from Recycling Today (September 1, 2003)

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A growing appetite: China's demand for scrap is expected to grow for the short-term future. Taylor, Brian 1180
A smaller world. Taylor, Brian 359
A steady beat: materials generation is flat but steady in the Midwest, while most curbside programs remain on the government menu. Harler, Curt 1820
A steady hand. 353
Against the grain: Cohen Brothers Inc. resisted the consolidation craze to chart its own careful course. Taylor, Brian 2570
Away from home. 409
Badger lurks in W. VA. Brief Article 196
C&D World Exhibition & Conference. 738
Calendar. 193
Canadian stand-off. Brief Article 253
Coca-cola builds plastics recycling plant. Brief Article 162
Deconstructing an industry: a U.S. EPA official offers observations on how the budding deconstruction industry can help itself. Sandler, Ken 2212
Eagle UM04 asphalt crusher. 87
Electronic impulse: an electronics recycling firm in Western Canada tries to harvest recycling's fastest-growing stream. Love, Myron 1158
Going global: the globalization of the paper industry is affecting local secondary paper markets worldwide. Europe's role is expected to increase as a region for new investment. Industry Overview 1691
Going up. Brief Article 205
Great expectations. Taylor, Brian Editorial 498
Green living. Brief Article 121
Heil trucks get Onyx Waste nod. Brief Article 186
International Recycling Associations. 1832
Metal Management garners EMR'S interest. Brief Article 269
Metal roofing makes inroads. Brief Article 340
Mining for dollars: in addition to their standard parts revenue, auto dismantlers mine automobiles for hidden value in the form of recoverable nonferrous scrap metal. Toto, Deanne 1857
New company furnishes Puget Sound region. Brief Article 126
North Star Steel. Brief Article 171
On the rise. Brief Article 319
Proposed expansion garners single bid. Brief Article 152
Pushing the limits: Recycle de Mexico reaches new volume levels for Mexican paperstock dealers. Rovelo, Carlos Antonio 2077
Quality in place: a stationary electric Fuchs scrap handler fits the bill for Henry Fligeltaub Co. 413
RAA announces partnership with Sims Group. 339
Recycling hauler finds trouble in Fort Worth. 403
Students compete in Envirothon. Brief Article 238
The big leagues: the electronics recycling industry moves from emerging to established, according to an in-depth report. Taylor, Brian 1630
Utah businessman receives honor. Brief Article 129
Wendt/SSE stainless steel and metal sorter. 90
Willis Group Insurance. Brief Article 127

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