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Articles from Recycling Today (May 1, 2005)

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A less than mercurial pace. Taylor, Brian 478
Alderman-Dow adds Sennebogen machine. Brief Article 156
Barcelona bound. Brief Article 123
Calendar. Calendar 194
Can it. Brief Article 137
Copper continues to surge. 516
Envirocycle opens its second California plant. 324
EPA, Spectro reach agreement. Brief Article 195
Grand jury indicts former mayor. Brief Article 178
Green thinking: David Knight seeks secondary fiber for SCA's new Barton, Ala., tissue mill. Taylor, Brian Cover Story 2019
Intechra, SalvageSale announce alliance. 282
Into the mix: driven by market demand, mixed paper is coming into its own in the recovered fiber market. Gubeno, Jackie 1499
Itec enters into sales agreement. 331
JCB announces global expansion. Brief Article 88
Keeping time: scrap metal recyclers' super-sized shredders are being outfitted with oversized drum-separators to help assure purity in the high-volume stream. 914
Long Beach delays recycling project. Brief Article 110
Market innovators: Clearline Technologies innovates within the rooftop walkway support system industry by using recycled rubber. Love, Myron 1465
McCarthy joins California company. Brief Article 169
Message center. Brief Article 185
Metal Management forms new venture. 241
Michigan DEQ outlines solid waste strategy. Brief Article 273
Michigan launches mercury switch recovery program. Brief Article 162
Mobility and reliability: Shine Bros. counts on three Fuchs scrap handlers to keep materials moving. 358
NAPCOR expands membership. Brief Article 151
NextLife co-op adds member. Brief Article 102
Opting for optical: MRF operators are taking a more serious look at optical sorting technology to improve the quality of their end products and to reduce labor costs. Gubeno, Jackie 1453
Proposed asphalt plant clears first hurdle. 495
Road to recovery: recyclers employ a variety of approaches to recover valuable secondary commodities from obsolete electronics. Toto, Deanne 1138
Rock solid: led by China, demand for ferrous scrap remains on solid footing. Taylor, Brian 1639
Rolling along: the scrap industry is humming along, but finding railcars and trucks to transport material can sometimes prove difficult. Sandoval, Dan 1792
Rulmeca Corp. adds U.S. plant. Brief Article 151
Seattle restricts disposal of recyclables. Brief Article 185
Something's brewing. Brief Article 257
Sorting it out: meeting the screening challenges associated with mixed C&D materials requires automation and a few helping hands. Toto, Deanne 1223
Stainless maintains growth pattern. Brief Article 170
SteelCorr searches for location. Brief Article 260
Stellar Industries appointments. Brief Article 103
Stretching the dollars. Brief Article 255
Strong and steady. Brief Article 258
Toter names new CEO. Brief Article 82
Volvo rental operation appoints GM. Brief Article 188

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