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Articles from Recycling Today (November 1, 2004)

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2005 PRMD available. Brief Article 160
A better view: a Fuchs handler with an elevated cab helps Empire Recycling see better results. 442
Allied-Gator Multi-Tool. 101
Beyond heavy lifting: loaders perform a variety of tasks from material handling to primary demolition. Toto, Deanne 1158
Border barrier: a proposed blockade of Toronto's trash exports is spurring Ontario's recycling activity. Raymond, Michele Cover Story 1743
Brand loyalty: American Iron & Metal orders a second helping of Steinert equipment. Advertisement 558
Breaking and moving: attachments are increasingly used to process material as well as move it. Toto, Deanne 1061
Busch Super Sorter series. 83
Calendar. Calendar 178
Cell Phone Recycling bill signed into law. Brief Article 129
China Iron & Steel Association, China Non-ferrous Metals Industry Association and Mettalurgical Council of CCPIT are pleased to announce the 2nd China International Metal Recycling Forum 2005--Policy, Market and Technology: Mar.5-7, 2005 Guangzhou, P.R. China. 1157
Clipped wings. Brief Article 258
ConExpo announces seminars. Brief Article 284
Container lines recommend plastic scrap rate adjustment. Brief Article 172
Domestic strength. Brief Article 239
End of the relay race: the long reach of the Fuchs MHL 380 serves A. Tenenbaum Co. Inc. 420
Eriez vibratory feeders. 88
Finders keepers: metal analyzing instruments can help recyclers find and separate higher-grade materials. Nagler, Ben 2344
Flexco. Brief Article 128
From desktop to dust: electronics recycling involves many stages before secondary commodities are produced. 2477
Getting wise. Brief Article 262
Grape stakes of wrath. Brief Article 200
GreenMan completes acquisition. Brief Article 113
Heinkele exits CMC's top scrap role. Brief Article 232
Hesitation sets in. Brief Article 248
Highest bidders: ferrous scrap dealers will continue to ship their products to the world's hungry scrap-consuming furnaces. Taylor, Brian 1730
In the black. Brief Article 164
Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Inc. Brief Article 109
Inx-systems sortmatic MSW-II. 82
J&J classiclite tipper trailer. 82
John Deere's new 300-series skid-steer line. 87
Lebanon Valley Aluminum, Consolidated Scrap Resources forge partnership. Brief Article 127
Market strength: the demand factors for nickel alloys should stay in place, even if China cools down a bit. Taylor, Brian 1145
Metal Management's Tryon steps down. Brief Article 190
Multiple choice: a Pensacola, Fla., scrap recycler uses its Fuchs MHL 350 for a variety of tasks. 381
New and improved: a diverse fleet of vehicles helps Davis Industries process and ship. Barnett, Jay 1086
Niton debuts Plastics Analyzer. Brief Article 161
NRC honors electronics recyclers. 306
NYC inks long-term deal with Hugo Neu. 494
Plastics Technology Park receives grant. Brief Article 105
Protect and serve: maintaining mobile equipment fleets yields minimal downtime. Harler, Curt 1264
PSC Metals acquires Alabama yard. Brief Article 137
Reviews for bad acting. Taylor, Brian 445
Rigby offers Linear Shears. Brief Article 122
Simple connection: CMC's Springfield, Mo., facility benefits from the Fuchs Quick Connect system. 414
Spirited endeavor. Brief Article 102
Strong leadership: Republic Crane & Equipment Company: Republic Crane has provided a quarter century of sales and service leadership with its Liebherr line of scrap handlers. Advertisement 716
Tennessee Scrap Co. adds Harris baler. Brief Article 118
Terex Fuchs dealer directory. Directory 477
The paper chase: controlling quality as paper recycling expands is a critical challenge. Starnes, Mark 1245
The right combination: several factors led Gold Metal Recyclers in Dallas to choose Fuchs. 480
Thermal Dynamics pakmaster XL Plus series. 106
WastePAC Densifier literature. 101
Worthington extends scrap service arrangement. Brief Article 281

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