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Articles from Recycling Today (June 1, 2004)

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An alternative to Ebay. Brief Article 149
As the world turns: exporting always has been a tricky proposition, but several new issues are making it even more complicated. Sandoval, Dan 1896
Battling world hunger. Brief Article 287
Calendar. Calendar 420
California wraps it up. Brief Article 196
Calling for help: from the perspective of an OEM, many issues and opportunities surround the recycling of small electronic products. Franz, Roger I. 1108
Certifiably qualified. Taylor, Brian 407
Delaware issues recycling grants. Brief Article 246
Galamba Metals Group. Brief Article 146
Genesis adds to plant space. 451
Genesis Equipment & Manufacturing Inc. Brief Article 184
Georgia on my mind: recycling today's Paper Recycling Conference & Trade Show continues to expand in its fifth year as it returns to Atlanta. Sandoval, Dan 2387
Getting educated. Brief Article 101
Indiana agency invests in end markets. Brief Article 203
Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Inc. Brief Article 94
ISG buys Georgetown mill. Brief Article 210
It's grand being green. Brief Article 227
Karl Schmidt offers low-maintenance drives. Brief Article 134
Keeping an eye on safety. 441
Komatsu WA200-5 wheel loader. Brief Article 91
Lead balloon rises. 433
Lift or grab: identical machines purchased by different operators demonstrate both sides of the grapple versus magnet debate. Christenson, Nikole 1050
Metal management adds cross-belt analyzers. Brief Article 170
Metorex X-MET 3000TX. Brief Article 113
Michigan announces scrap tire grants. Brief Article 243
Missouri nears shingle recycling boost. Brief Article 191
Mixed C&D facility opens in L.A. Brief Article 131
Omnisource, CRG combine Southern operations. Brief Article 152
On the house (again). 310
Opportunities abound. Brief Article 281
Oregon DEQ sentences electronics recycler. Brief Article 133
Over and beyond: some municipal recycling programs set up systems to handle items beyond bottles, cans and paper. Love, Myron 2208
Pa. DEP reaches tire abatement agreement. Brief Article 282
Pick-up artists: selecting the right scrap handling attachments for a scrap yard depends on the materials handled. Toto, Deanne 1329
Play it safe: existing crane safety guidelines are worth following for scrap handler owners and operators. Mattia, Mike 1341
RAA holds event in Connecticut. Brief Article 252
Raymond releases new report. Brief Article 296
Redemtech takes stewardship pledge. Brief Article 207
Republic Crane & Equipment Company: strong leadership: Republic Crane has provided a quarter century of sales and service leadership with its Liebherr line of scrap handlers. Company Profile 680
RT publisher earns VP title. Brief Article 172
Scrap flow restrictions called for. Brief Article 274
Sennebogen 825 M C Series material handler. Brief Article 115
Sennebogen dealer network grows. Brief Article 132
Service on tap: Jeff Kibler and Pratt Industries tap deep into the commercial stream to procure fiber for two U.S. mills. Cover Story 1929
Short nap. 455
Step by step: to maximize material handler productivity during peak market cycles, think critically before buying machines. Shields, Glenn 1278
Texas County chooses Dell. 319
Tie-Tek LLC. Brief Article 110
Tuned up: the flow of catalytic converters is running steady as platinum group metals prices gain momentum. Harler, Curt Editorial 2235
Volvo L50E wheel loader. Brief Article 85

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