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Articles from Recycling Today (October 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
A new kind of software company. 443
A nimble player: size gives many companies heft. However, being smaller also offers opportunities, as Ralison International demonstrates. Sandoval, Dan 1571
Aluminum remains in demand. 589
Another call for assistance. Taylor, Brian Editorial 384
Calendar. Calendar 173
Cascades closes paper machine. Brief Article 150
CRRA, FCR expand with new facility. 475
Detoured: already reeling from high fuel costs, how Hurricane Katrina will affect the transportation industry uncertain. Sandoval, Dan 1388
Envirocycle, Nxtcycle merge. 236
Eve of (more) destruction: document destruction industry leaders discuss growth opportunities for their sector. Panel Discussion 2770
Finding a balance. Sandoval, Dan 360
Fuchs MHL 350. Brief Article 80
Genesis introduces multi-jaw attachment. 161
Going high-tech: recyclers use custom software to improve their services to their generating customers. Gubeno, Jackie 1505
High hopes: the skyscrapers of New York hold much of the opportunity for Metropolitan Paper Recycling Inc. Taylor, Brian Company Profile 1749
Investors only: investing in efficient processing equipment has been necessary to stay in the North American wire chopping game. Taylor, Brian 1447
Ironing out the specifics: better and clearer communication between suppliers and mills helps to avoid problems. King, Giles 1897
ISRI checks on status of scrap industry in hurricane damaged area. Brief Article 288
Katrina, market conditions affect GreenMan production levels. Brief Article 142
Lubo places seven TiTech sorters. Brief Article 126
Marathon equipment makes appointments. Brief Article 272
Mass. ban on C&D to be implemented. 301
Metso to acquire Texas Shredder. 260
Midland makes acquisition. 90
Municipal maneuvers: municipalities are looking for ways to boost the amount of material they collect, including high-value paper. Toto, DeAnne Editorial 1634
Newer and better: new technologies are geared to help shredder operators garner higher-value materials for shipping. Taylor, Brian Editorial 1648
NexGen Galaxy2R balers. Brief Article 152
Paper and paper recycling associations. 1130
Reccon event addresses electronics recycling. Brief Article 156
Reduce, reuse, repackage. Brief Article 195
Renewed strength. 412
Schnitzer to acquire Southeastern scrap dealer. 178
SERDC arrives on southern scene. Brief Article 271
Smurfit, Kappa close to merger. 103
Start to finish: the system put in place by Gold Circuit Inc. aims to cover electronics recycling from remarketing through shredding. Taylor, Brian 1702
Steelworkers ratify collective agreement at IPSCO subsidiary. Brief Article 120
System upgrade: Dale Johnson and MaSeR bring a new degree of separation to electronics recycling. Taylor, Brian 2171
The autumn blues. 669
The great cartridge chase. Brief Article 162
The whole package. Brief Article 281
Vecoplan RG 42/60P XL Shredder. Brief Article 85
Watertown Tire Recycling cleans up after fire. Brief Article 192
Wheeling and dealing: states approach scrap tire management and end market development in a number of ways. Toto, Deanne 1703
World view: the long reach of Georgia-Pacific's Harmon Associates is beginning to extend beyond North America. Taylor, Brian Company Profile 2146

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