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Built to last: Solvay Paperboard thrives in an uncertain market. Company overview Nov 1, 2007 1470
Looking for a base: the nickel market continues its volatile pattern. Looking out into 2008, however, many industry observers see a calmer market. Nov 1, 2007 1643
On the horizon: Donna Harman of the AF&PA expounds on the challenges facing the North American paper industry. Interview Oct 1, 2007 1708
The Russian bear roars: discussions of global markets typically revolve around China; however, Russia is growing in prominence. Sep 1, 2007 1167
Achieving maximum density: Waste Management Recycle America's Elkridge, Md., MRF takes advantage of a population-dense area with its hub-and-spoke approach. Sep 1, 2007 2054
The good, the bad and the ugly. Aug 1, 2007 449
Curb your enthusiasm: single-stream collection programs have helped some municipalities expand the material they collect from their residents. Aug 1, 2007 1978
A nimble giant: ArcelorMittal's moves help to heat up the global steel industry. Industry overview Jul 1, 2007 1843
All in the timing. May 1, 2007 465
Circular logic: Germany's Interseroh has grown by offering a full menu of recycling services. Cover story May 1, 2007 1988
Bulking up: merger and acquisition activity is helping to create a stronger global steel industry. Apr 1, 2007 2004
Positive outlook: the economic forecasts for Brazil, Russia, India and China seem to point upward. Will this help or hinder the scrap industry? Apr 1, 2007 2006
A seamless transition: Redemtech seeks a close relationship with its clients to ensure a smooth transition during asset disposition. Apr 1, 2007 1821
Along for the ride. Mar 1, 2007 382
Copper unwinds: copper markets have been unwinding, influenced by the world economy and hedge fund activity. Cover story Mar 1, 2007 1163
Searching for balance: with the cooling of the domestic housing and auto sectors, experts are looking offshore to find balance for aluminum markets. Feb 1, 2007 1321
Nimble players: EAF steel producers are exploring a number of options to remain nimble players in the worldwide steel industry. Industry overview Jan 1, 2007 1776
Tapping the equity markets: private equity funds take an interest in scrap and electronics recycling. Dec 1, 2006 1303
White hats, black hats. Nov 1, 2006 438
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. Nov 1, 2006 2083
On being a road warrior. Editorial Aug 1, 2006 460
Catching the wave: aluminum appears poised for a solid performance. Aug 1, 2006 1756
Ready to shred? What role should shredding play in the recycling of electronic scrap? Aug 1, 2006 1666
On the upswing: has the domestic steel industry learned its lessons? Jul 1, 2006 1817
Acting globally. Editorial May 1, 2006 445
Global view: John Neu and Jeremy Sutcliffe guide the Sims Group's worldwide scrap recycling operations. Cover story May 1, 2006 1403
Holding their own: buffeted by the surge in demand from China, domestic copper consumers see a ray of light. Apr 1, 2006 1514
Counter intelligence: the domestic steel industry has a new facility in the works as SeverCorr begins building in Mississippi. Mar 1, 2006 1880
Marking time: the steel industry has found strength through consolidation. Mar 1, 2006 548
Image conscious: Bay Bridge Enterprises LLC looks to overcome the misperceptions anbout ship dismantling operations. Mar 1, 2006 1939
Book 'em: scrap dealers are taking steps to combat theft brought on by soaring secondary metals prices. Mar 1, 2006 1408
Keeping it real: recyclers turn to container tracking systems to improve operational efficiencies. Jan 1, 2006 1264
Blueprint for success: green metals has established and grown its business by merging U.S. and Japanese business philosophies. Cover Story Dec 1, 2005 2408
At your service: for both municipalities and scrap recyclers, containers are an essential piece of equipment. Column Dec 1, 2005 838
Is nickel dulling? As new capacity begins to come online, the nickel market could be set to trend downward. Nov 1, 2005 1537
Finding a balance. Oct 1, 2005 360
A nimble player: size gives many companies heft. However, being smaller also offers opportunities, as Ralison International demonstrates. Oct 1, 2005 1571
Detoured: already reeling from high fuel costs, how Hurricane Katrina will affect the transportation industry uncertain. Oct 1, 2005 1388
Shrinking world: the growth of the BRIC countries is making the world a smaller place. Sep 1, 2005 1529
Following the leader: an unrelenting push by China has driven the copper market throughout the past several years. Jul 1, 2005 1274
Making the scene: recyclers flocked to the BIR Spring Conference and Waste Expo for information on commodity markets and new products. Jul 1, 2005 582
Stepping things up: with price and demand for secondary commodities increasing, MRF operators are seeking ways to improve their operations. Jun 1, 2005 1801
Choosing the right piece of equipment is important for scrap dealers operating on inland waterways. Jun 1, 2005 1710
Rolling along: the scrap industry is humming along, but finding railcars and trucks to transport material can sometimes prove difficult. May 1, 2005 1792
Clear sailing: paper markets remain buoyant thanks to China's demand. Apr 1, 2005 1688
Seeing the light: after struggling along with other manufacturers during the first part of this decade, foundries are seeing an improved environment. However, challenges still loom. Apr 1, 2005 2073
Filling in the blanks: municipalities must increasingly cost-justify programs that keep recyclables out of the landfill. Mar 1, 2005 1033
Made to order: staying relevant with the rapidly changing paper recycling industry is a daunting task for members of ISRI's Paper Stock Industries Chapter Standards and Specifications group. Feb 1, 2005 1287
Building a niche: the residential housing boom has helped U.S. GreenFiber grow as an end market for recycled newspapers. Company Profile Jan 1, 2005 1910
Flexing its strength: restructuring has helped stabilize the steel industry, so will steel mills start flexing their purchasing muscles? Jan 1, 2005 2426
Cold front? Chinese government attempts to control waste flows could cool the importing of copper scrap. Jan 1, 2005 2008
Curbside clash: experts debate single-stream vs. dual-stream systems at a recent industry conference. Dec 1, 2004 1583
At the crossroads. Oct 1, 2004 449
Beat the clock: the onus is on exporters as an important inspection deadline in China looms. Oct 1, 2004 1784
Retrenched and ready? The painful retrenchment in the paper industry could turn into the long-awaited turnaround. Oct 1, 2004 1427
Bond issues: the Internal Revenue Service is mulling the possibility of providing recyclers with better access to tax exempt financing. However, the current wording is fairly murky. Editorial Oct 1, 2004 1098
Looking for diversion: the National Recycling Coalitions Annual Congress served up a vast menu of topics in the city known both for its scenic views and its recycling program. Editorial Oct 1, 2004 1421
Two paths: document destruction companies can find success using either mobile shredding or plant-based destruction methods. Aug 1, 2004 1848
Swept up: a wave of consolidation sweeps the steel industry in the aftermath of the section 201 tariff. Jul 1, 2004 1288
Globe trotting: recyclers had opportunities to gather and learn in Berlin, Dallas and San Diego this spring. Jul 1, 2004 1627
As the world turns: exporting always has been a tricky proposition, but several new issues are making it even more complicated. Jun 1, 2004 1896
Georgia on my mind: recycling today's Paper Recycling Conference & Trade Show continues to expand in its fifth year as it returns to Atlanta. Jun 1, 2004 2387
Staying afloat: strong offshore orders are helping boost paper stock markets. How long can the conditions hold up? Apr 1, 2004 2594
Hot topic: North American nonferrous foundries that will survive into the future will need efficiency and a little bit of luck. Industry Overview Apr 1, 2004 1851
Turnaround specialist: in an era of program cutbacks, the city of Philadelphia has turned its recycling program into an imitable champion. Mar 1, 2004 1002
Toning up: the growth of the toner cartridge recycling industry can be attributed to a very effective grassroots approach to recycling. Mar 1, 2004 2104
The little things: adhering to a proper maintenance schedule most likely adds life to a baler and subtracts downtime. Feb 1, 2004 1442
Freight pinch: soaring freight rates could continue for the foreseeable future. How are the escallating costs affecting scrap metal recyclers and how will they deal with them? Jan 1, 2004 1675
No scrap zone: Eastern Europe could be a helpful source of supply for a red-hot scrap market, but restrictive export strategies have in effect closed its docks to exports. Jan 1, 2004 1326
Casting a nuclear shadow: the potential cost of radiation-contaminated scrap is creating increased interest in strengthening scrap yard detection systems. Dec 1, 2003 1271
Rocky road: an improved market is being forecast to lift the North American paper industry out of its prolonged slump, but a recovery could be far from robust. Nov 1, 2003 1684
Throwing its weight around: the tons of scrap paper bound for China have made it a major global player in just a few years. Oct 1, 2003 1736
Unwelcome wax: the presence of waxed corrugated boxes continues to muddy the paper recycling stream. Oct 1, 2003 1698
Looking ahead: Canusa Hershman Recycling Co. was created when two separate companies found that their future was brighter combined. Cover Story Jun 1, 2003 2359
Seeking control: franchise rights to control generated material are shaping up as a recycling battleground. (Solid Waste Update). May 1, 2003 2993
Road rules: truckers of scrap will have to pay attention to cargo securement regulations. (Transportation Series). May 1, 2003 2312
Hide & seek: demand for copper is strong from overseas consumers, but finding scrap red metals in the U.S. is the tough task. (Commodity Focus). Apr 1, 2003 1849
The NIMBY challenge: scrap recyclers may opt for their day in court when facing a NIMBY threat--or they may find themselves there unwillingly. (Environmental Compliance). Apr 1, 2003 2147
Surviving in a Nimby world: while most people favor recycling as a practice, recycling operations are considered unwelcome neighbors by many. (Cover Story). Mar 1, 2003 2731
Up & away: paperstock markets could show some positive signs this year, although geopolitical events cast some uncertainty over the situation. (Commodity Focus). Mar 1, 2003 2186
New heights: a handful of integrated steel companies seek to reach higher fiscal ground. (Ferrous Consumer Focus). Mar 1, 2003 2323
The hunger: scrap exporters are optimistic that offshore buyers, especially in China, will continue to demand sizeable amounts of material. (2003 Ferrous Scrap Supplement). Jan 1, 2003 1870
From the ground up: nickel and stainless steel markets are poised to improve, although the aerospace sector is still slumping. (Nickel/Stainless Update). Dec 1, 2002 1577
Making the grade: the development of single-stream collection programs has polarized some consumers and processors. (2002 Paper Recycling Supplement). Oct 1, 2002 2023
Front and center: putting maintenance issues first benefits recyclers and equipment makers. (Scrap Handling Equipment Focus). Jun 1, 2002 1621
All aboard: the ability to juggle moving material via rail and truck is becoming more complicated as new factors enter the market. (Transportation Focus). May 1, 2002 1924
A murky market. Statistical Data Included Jan 1, 2002 1334
Trading places: known for its commodities trading services, Enron Corp. now also owns mills that consume scrap paper. (Paper Consumer Focus). Nov 1, 2001 2027

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