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Articles from Recycling Today (January 1, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
201 is deep-sixed. Brief Article 205
A directory of metals industry trade associations. Directory 780
A tale of two markets. 365
American Baler MPAC. Brief Article 87
Analyze this: one scrap processor takes a step toward improving the occasionally contentious relationship between the scrap and steel industries with a new analyzer. Toto, Deanne 915
Busy signals. 617
Calendar. Calendar 223
CCA wood remains hot topic. 394
China rolls along. 323
Collective wisdom. Taylor, Brian 443
Delaware offers recycling grants. Brief Article 202
Equity firm buys Tube City. Brief Article 217
Ferrous scrap flow map. Directory 848
Filtering through: while oil filters are a valuable source of scrap steel, their recycling rate is hampered by a variety of obstacles. Toto, Deanne 2307
Freight pinch: soaring freight rates could continue for the foreseeable future. How are the escallating costs affecting scrap metal recyclers and how will they deal with them? Sandoval, Dan 1675
From the tires to turf. Brief Article 169
Fund established for Harris's Musselwhite. Obituary 147
Genesis adds excavator packages. Brief Article 215
Glossary of scrap and metals industry terms. Glossary 1198
Goettsch International Inc. Brief Article 112
Komatsu skid steer. Brief Article 87
Level best: the abrupt ending of Section 201 tariffs has put steelmakers in the U.S. back into a competitive but possibly healthier global market. Taylor, Brian 2091
New home for winkle. Brief Article 101
No scrap zone: Eastern Europe could be a helpful source of supply for a red-hot scrap market, but restrictive export strategies have in effect closed its docks to exports. Sandoval, Dan 1326
Order taking. 585
Oregon Congressman has sole. Brief Article 298
Pet markets considered. 407
Reaching the peak: North America paper and building products companies aim high to close the paper recycling loop. Taylor, Brian 2895
Recycling rate dips in Washington State. Brief Article 238
Shaking off the rust. 346
SWANA. Brief Article 95
Taking off: nickel alloys are in demand, while aircraft orders could help titanium take off. It appears as if the atmosphere for specialty metals is improving. Harler, Curt 1732
The right price: global demand that has been draining supply has moved copper's price to the high end of its trading range. Taylor, Brian 977
Tight squeeze: secondary aluminum smelters struggle with tight scrap supply and higher pricing brought on by foreign competition. Toto, Deanne 1977
To be continued: demolition projects continue to yield recyclables materials for savvy contractors. Turley, William 1404
Too good to toss? Brief Article 154

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