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Articles from Recycling Today (September 1, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
A kinder cup. Brief article 162
A world stage: global factors are pushing platinum group metals to historically high price levels. Kumar, Ashok 1246
A-Ward intros container tilting unit. 183
AERT case to go to trial. 199
Air fresheners: the onus to meet EPA diesel engine emission standards is on equipment manufacturers. Joslin, Sam 1224
Airport honored for demolition recycling. Brief article 154
Alcoa names preferred scrap suppliers. Brief article 164
Alter adds Minnesota yard. Brief article 107
American Iron announces "Art of Recycling" winners. 192
Are links strong enough? Taylor, Brian 347
Atlantic scrap buys Harris Shredder system. Brief article 221
Bluegrass blueprint: the commonwealth of Kentucky has introduced a recycling plan designed to lay plans for 2010 and beyond. Evans, Sara 1689
Bowe offers auto shredding rotors. Brief article 115
Calendar. Brief article 186
Checking them twice. Taylor, Brian Editorial 451
Complete recovery: investment recovery helps several parties reach a better bottom-line result. Brooks, Ron 1346
Dow Jones offers recovered paper index. 146
Ecoglass secures LG Philips contract. 83
Electronics recycling report highlights issues. 500
Environmental groups against tire burning at Cemex. Brief article 141
EPA issues CRT rule. Brief article 248
Equipment maker opens office in Mexico. 126
ERA initiates roofing material recycling research. 147
European paper recycling conference announces program. Brief article 217
Exhibitors prepare for European conference. 106
Florida County joins Curbside Value Partnership. 312
GE introduces resins with post-consumer content for auto industry. Brief article 247
Going global: Joe Zhou's Global Metals Co. Ltd. bridges multiple markets to feed China's red-hot furnaces. Taylor, Brian Cover story 1250
Greenman sells California subsidiary. Brief article 152
Growing gateway: scrap yards operated by the Tung Tai Group, San Jose, Calif., now dot the landscape along China's coast. Taylor, Brian Company overview 1252
Haber signs lease, begins pilot operations. 306
Inco ends bid for Falconbridge. 130
Indiana community considers mandatory recycling. 168
ISRI releases 2006 Scrap Spec Circular. Brief article 138
Lubo announces TiTech placements. Brief article 257
Making the cut: recyclers and manufacturers offer buying tips for ferrous shears and balers. Harler, Curt 2269
Metalico acquires Ohio recycler. Brief article 184
Michigan awards grants. Brief article 114
MSA/RMDAS[TM] monthly ferrous scrap price index. Brief article 215
NRC offers topical talk. 194
OCC cools. 453
On the downside. 527
Online program tracks C&D recycling. Brief article 125
Paris MRF receives certifications. Brief article 237
Pasadena businesses begin recycling glass. Brief article 92
PierPASS initiates new procedures. Brief article 185
Private equity firm to acquire Aleris. 193
Programming announced for 2007 C&D world show. 164
ProTrade Steel expands. Brief article 109
Ready to roll? The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration issued cargo securement regulations for crushed autos without seeking advance input from industry associations. Mattia, Mike 2478
SDI reports healthy earnings. 198
Seattle reports increase in recycling. Brief article 244
Sitting it out. 516
Sound thinking: an auto parts supplier uses plastics in its acoustical panels. 766
Speakers predict stainless scrap shortage. Brief article 284
Spirit of innovation: Riverside Engineering offers highly engineered metal shredding solutions to the recycling industry. 1138
Stronger markets ahead? 543
The international challenge: conducting trade internationally means keeping one's promises. Nasianceno, Jessee Personal account 911
The trail begins: as China's basic materials industry has zoomed, it has also started to see a solidification of its recycling infrastructure. Taylor, Brian Industry overview 990
Thermo adds small-spot focus to Niton analyzer. 337
Trust fund established for Florida family. Brief article 130
Tube City opens Beijing office. Brief article 147
Un-canny challenge. 167
US Senate bill offers tax credits to recyclers. 234
West Africa unplugged: Senegal offers a gateway to American companies that would like to do business in West Africa. Rovelo, Carlos Country overview 1446

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