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Articles from Recycling Today (April 1, 2004)

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20 largest ferrous scrap processors: the nation's largest ferrous scrap recyclers vie to feed the world's hunger for metal. Taylor, Brian Cover Story 3539
A new kind of software company. 4263
A waste of effort. Brief Article 102
A-1 receives ISO certifications. Brief Article 130
Abresist Kalmetall W linings. 108
AGC among trade groups pushing for passage of TEA-LU highway bill. Brief Article 195
Alabama's coast crushing changes name. Brief Article 122
American Baler Co. makes key appointments. Brief Article 248
ASR sorting plant starts up. Brief Article 108
Big issues in Berlin. Brief Article 124
Bodner Metal & Iron Corp. Brief Article 155
Briquetter designed for paper feedstocks. Brief Article 117
Calendar. Calendar 378
California introduces cell phone recycling bill. Brief Article 257
CFF Houston home to new Metso shredder. Brief Article 195
China impact outlined. 365
China to set up e-cycling systems. Brief Article 122
CMRA to honor top recyclers. Brief Article 232
Colmar: manufactured in Italy, trusted worldwide. Company Profile 1525
Colorado considers bottle bill. Brief Article 116
Committed to North America. Sennebogen, Erich, Jr. Brief Article 239
Contractors eye decision by accounting board. Brief Article 143
Copper moving out. Brief Article 227
D.C. to drop recycling vendor. Brief Article 176
Dates set for paper recycling conference. 309
DJJ chooses new software. Brief Article 156
Do not pass go. Brief Article 129
Downhill from here. Brief Article 238
EarthFirst signs agreement for tire recycling plant. Brief Article 141
End of the relay race: the long reach of the Fuchs MHL 380 serves A. Tenenbaum Co. Inc. 420
EPA warns of CCA in mulch. Brief Article 177
ERAtech receives scrap tire hauling ID. Brief Article 97
EU clarifies auto recycling plans. 410
Full metal recovery: Steinert systems help General Iron Industries recover formerly lost metal. 378
Future shock: the center of the recyclable commodities universe appears to have shifted to China. Taylor, Brian 2403
Genesis Xcavator Package Program: taking the headache out of buying a used excavator. Brief Article 252
Heil offers new parts service. Brief Article 137
High yield: quality, not quantity, often vexes secondary fiber users seeking a high pulping yield. Harler, Curt 1877
Hot topic: North American nonferrous foundries that will survive into the future will need efficiency and a little bit of luck. Sandoval, Dan Industry Overview 1851
Housing carries construction market. Brief Article 261
IAER announces summit theme. Brief Article 228
Image Microsystems expands. Brief Article 160
Imco ups its earnings. Brief Article 258
Indiana agency awards grant money. Brief Article 235
ISG acquires Weirton. 416
Kansas City approves recycling contract. Brief Article 109
King County issues grants. Brief Article 171
Kite-flying weather. 383
Komatsu hydrostatic loader. 116
Largest aluminum smelter planned. Brief Article 135
Law and disorder: California gears up for implementation of the Electronic Waste Recycling Act of 2003 by its July 1 deadline. Toto, Deanne 2996
Lead-based paint picture: crushing and recycling concrete that contains lead-based paint may pose few real hazards. Cosper, Stephen 1446
Leading through innovation: Sennebogen has a rich history and, in just over half a century, it has developed into a world-class manufacturer. 406
Lincoln Metal Processing. Brief Article 95
Lone star stampede: solid waste and recycling industry managers will have much to see and do at WasteExpo in Dallas. Taylor, Brian 625
Magthro eddy hits Houston. Brief Article 127
NEPSI still looking for a solution. Brief Article 266
New Hampshire Town receives oil recycling grant. Brief Article 181
New organization promotes glass recycling. Brief Article 176
NJ coalition targets mercury switches. Brief Article 241
Odds-on favorite: strong leadership and new equipment help Silver Dollar Recycling play a winning hand in Las Vegas. Trojak, Larry 1396
OmniSource buys Michigan firm. Brief Article 155
Pacific Steel and Recycling. Brief Article 122
PAZ creates data repository. Brief Article 225
Plastics recycler receives loan approval. Brief Article 122
Preparing for changes in China. Brief Article 204
PSI sets membership record. Brief Article 130
R.W. Beck. Brief Article 160
RAA stocks up on Bollegraaf balers. Brief Article 198
Recycling industry in St. Louis exceeds average. Brief Article 285
Sarasota recycling contract goes to FCR. Brief Article 107
SCA Tissue, North America. Brief Article 153
SDI makes alternative iron plans. Brief Article 258
Sennebogen photo gallery. Brief Article 109
Sennebogen[R] green line: Sennebogen offers a range of capabilities to meet your special material handling and processing application needs. Illustration 137
Smooth sailing ahead. Brief Article 305
Spring thaw: hot prices help Northeast recyclers spring out of winter's deep freeze. Harler, Curt 2379
Stanley labounty MSD Saber series. 96
Starting over: Ohio scrap firm rebuilds its business after losing traditional supply source. Barnett, Jay Company Profile 1049
Staying afloat: strong offshore orders are helping boost paper stock markets. How long can the conditions hold up? Sandoval, Dan 2594
Still buying. 362
Suitable for multi-tasking: purpose-built scrap handlers help the Shulman Company accomplish a variety of tasks with efficiency. 479
Swept up: furor over plastic bags tumbling across the landscape sweeps South Africa. Harler, Curt 897
Tapping the breaks? Parties debate whether the United States should impose export controls on ferrous scrap. 2182
Technical services: Genesis Technical Service Training School. 353
Testimony addresses scrap export ban. Brief Article 286
The seeds of change: a customer-focused philosophy. Brief Article 280
Through the filter. Taylor, Brian 438
Tietek signs supply agreement for crossties. Brief Article 232
Upgrading the fleet: Sims Brothers updates its fleet of material handlers to meet the company's demanding requirements. 607
Washington state passes study bill. Brief Article 156
Waste oil recycler completes cleanup. Brief Article 279
Wear and tear: cost is not the only factor to consider when buying auto shredder wear parts. Toto, Deanne 1982
Wisconsin to reduce recycled content levels. Brief Article 118
Working around the clock: Sennebogen machines are ready to handle the around-the-clock demands of mill services provider IMS. 479

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