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Articles from Recycling Today (October 1, 2006)

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A high-tech world: as the industry grows more sophisticated, recyclers have many factors to consider when choosing software. Gubeno, Jackie Editorial 1102
A longer paper trail. Taylor, Brian 320
Above and beyond: Riverside Products designs rotors and produces wear parts for the shredding industry. Company overview 1442
Added capacity: Abitibi-Consolidated Inc. has been adding materials at its recycling operations, including at a "one-stop" MRF in Arizona. Taylor, Brian 1567
Alabama County commission rejects C&D plant. Brief article 101
Alter names operations vp. Brief article 164
America recycles day contest encourages students to recycle. 285
Blazing trails: Blaze Recycling & Metals, Norcross, Ga., is the realization of a dream for brothers Craig, Kevin and Gary Blase. Taylor, Brian Cover story 1632
Calendar. Calendar 170
California legislature passes grocery bag recycling act. 216
CMC acquires Cherokee Supply. 167
Coasting on the Great Lakes. Brief article 235
Committed to paper: China's Lee & Man has established itself as one of that nation's fastest-growing paper makers and consumers of scrap paper. Taylor, Brian Company overview 1649
Company opens Indiana plant. Brief article 177
Concern over copper grows. 684
County ponders C&D recycling mandate. 351
Definitely not. Taylor, Brian Editorial 431
Deinking mill receives PCF certification. Brief article 174
Documented success: the document destruction activities of nonprofit entities can also be part of the recycling landscape. Martin, Anne 916
Emerging India: India is a growing destination for recovered fiber. Vyas, Ashu 1676
English company adds Nexgen baler. Brief article 194
Ferrous markets hold firm. 998
Going in reverse: IT asset disposition firms face unique logistics challenges. Brannon, Cindy 1571
Greening electronics. Brief article 115
Growth industry: the list of America's auto shredding plants has grown with the global metals boom. Toto, Deanne Directory 1488
Growth patterns: mobile shredding trucks remain popular for start-ups, but in-plant shredding typically accompanies growth. Taylor, Brian 1978
Hearts of gold: the Abitibi Paper Retriever program partners with Mittal Steel to benefit the American Heart Association. Gubeno, Jackie 781
Illinois program awards grants. 502
International baler EXP series horizontal balers. Brief article 94
ISRI membership tops 1,400. Brief article 116
Last things first: embracing a product life-cycle framework can deliver technical and environmental leadership to the electronics industry. Atanus, Richard 1531
Metal Management applies to list on NYSE. Brief article 81
Metalico terminates acquisition. 132
Metso Texas shredder places shear. Brief article 171
New York Town receives brownfield development grant. Brief article 124
Niton introduces portable analyzer for light elements. Brief article 136
No end to end markets: global recovered paper demand could reach 250 million tons by 2012. Moore, Bill 1351
Program to cut mercury air emissions. Brief article 161
Redemtech opens Ohio plant. Brief article 256
Rock-Tenn promotes Deadwyler. Brief article 108
Schnitzer Steel acquires advanced recycling. 164
Select paper recycling associations. Directory 503
Sennebogen names top three distributors. Brief article 315
Slow fall. 525
Solid state: scrap tire recyclers are benefiting from better end markets on several fronts. Forrester, David 2493
Steady performers. Brief article 223
Study touts recycling's economic benefits. 256
Supplying a demand: the recyclers of Durango McKinley Paper Co. help furnish their corporate mills in the United States and Mexico. Taylor, Brian 1562
Volvo EW160B wheeled excavator. Brief article 98

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