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Articles from Recycling Today (November 1, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
A Greener MRF. 236
A load-off: manufacturers offer tips for determining the best loader for an operation. Gubeno, Jackie 1644
A-ward act series container tilters. 101
Aleris buyout receives EU ok. 100
Calendar. Calendar 164
California reaches 50 percent diversion rate. 270
CMRA bill signed in California. 158
Cool running: the key to long magnet life lies in preventing overheating. Adeland, Robert 678
EPA names New Jersey scrap yard as superfund site. 172
For a few dollars less. 848
India's Tata moves into Europe. 184
Lower gear: the ferrous scrap market is far from idle, but it appears to have downshifted from its previous high-speed journey. Taylor, Brian 1836
Mixed messages. 658
Moving mountains: excavators armed with attachments perform a controlled demolition job. Gubeno, Jackie 904
Nonferrous markets see short-term gain. 491
Over-inflated: demand has been exceeding supply in the off-road tire market. Harler, Curt 1649
Redemtech, Brinks launch secure transport service. 249
Roaring Dragon: China's Nine Dragon's Paper emerges as a high-volume recovered fiber destination. Taylor, Brian Cover story 1594
Seasonal depression. 330
Shiny future: nickel and stainless steel defy gravity as they climb to record price levels, driven by supply shortages and increased interest by investment funds. Sandoval, Dan 2083
Sonoco opens South Carolina recycling plant. 269
Tech Museum recognizes MBA Polymers. 183
Tissue thin: the North American paper industry continues to operate with little margin for error. Taylor, Brian Industry overview 1416
Trashy fashion. 184
Two Carolina scrap firms to merge. 258
US Shredder adds Sheppard to staff. 173
US Shredder and Castings introduces Hammermill support program. 213
Vecoplan LLC launches affiliate company. 263
Wastecap holds C&D training class. 89
Wellman restructures. 208
What works? A German study, presented at Recycling Today's 2006 European Paper Recycling Conference, examines how sorting technology is being deployed in the recovered fiber sector in that nation. Schabel, Samuel 2241
White hats, black hats. Sandoval, Dan 438
Xstrata builds recycling plant. 211

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