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Articles from Recycling Today (May 1, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
A case of bad timing. Taylor, Brian 453
A good foundation. Brief Article 104
AERT files year-end report. Brief Article 153
All flights lead to Berlin. 338
At the summit. Brief Article 283
Boralex hungry for scrap wood. Brief Article 153
Calendar. 180
Cascades acquires tissue mill. Brief Article 192
Clean-up crew: scrap tire processors look to equipment advances to produce cleaner end products. Sandoval, Daniel 1557
Crude attempts: although some re-refining is taking place, most collected used motor oil is heading to lower-grade fuel markets. Nagler, Ben 2466
Global warming. 345
going in reverse: obtaining efficient backhauling services presents a number of challenges, but the cost savings are worth the effort. Coia, Anthony 1611
Hagglunds launches new valve program. Brief Article 113
High capacity baling of recyclables. 375
Indian copper smelter reopens. Brief Article 163
Ingram leaves IMCO. Brief Article 135
Intel, national semiconductor to get the lead out. 578
Market data: the key to selecting the correct screening system lies in end market demand. Toto, Deanne 1269
Maxus and Calgary partner for electronic roundup. Brief Article 217
Mervis installs Metso shear. Brief Article 255
Metech introduces recycling program. 192
Minneapolis awards recycling contract. 123
More, please. Brief Article 309
Multiple choice: a Pensacola, Fla., scrap recycler uses its Fuchs MHL 350 for a variety of tasks. Advertisement 396
NADC name change approved. Brief Article 143
NYC resumes glass recycling. Brief Article 152
OCC forecast available. Brief Article 155
Office Depot announces procurement policy. Brief Article 214
Out of sorts: nonferrous buying patterns from Asia are changing sorting habits for North American scrap procesors. Taylor, Brian 1416
Petcore announces study results. 353
Power boost: a hunger for new energy sources could revive the outlook for waste-to-energy plants. Adrian, Clare 2138
San Diego awards contract to ARCA. Brief Article 101
Schnitzer issues bright report. Brief Article 312
See 'n' sort: optical sorting equipment helps recyclers to sort diverse materials into relatively homogenous commodity streams. Toto, Deanne 1914
Sonic echo: after a sustained boom, ferrous scrap prices finally slope downward. Harler, Curt 2592
SPE acknowledges EREMA. Brief Article 197
Steel mills trim prices. Brief Article 186
Thermal dynamics Cutmaster 81. 105
Town tries out street-side recycling. Brief Article 189
Trading places: while some of Canada's scrap consumers struggle, recyclers shift to serving export markets. Love, Myron 1954
Tube City LLC. Brief Article 165
Wanted: best scrap paper buyers. 155
Wendt offers Stainless Separator. Brief Article 228
Willis Group Holdings Ltd. Brief Article 83

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