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000 in September and October has stimulated stainless steel scrap availability and most mills are able to maintain their scrap ratios," he noted.
Texas, Alabama, Michigan and Ohio were tops in improving the scrap tire situation in 2005 as compared to 2003.
However, seeking out a few opinions is never a bad thing, and the recently held Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Inc.
rotor length, a large hopper opening and an expanded cutting chamber dimension to accommodate and process heavy purgings, reject part, spent distribution packaging, sheets, bulky scrap, film, dense end trims and pipe/profile.
The Coalition feels due to the inflated domestic costs resulting from high volumes of exported scrap, the government needs to impose limits on scrap exports and help reduce suppliers' surcharges.
29 million tons of scrap paper and paperboard -- enough to manufacture 100 billion pizza boxes or enough for each American to have a pizza delivered daily for more than one year;
These ten strategic scrap suppliers are Alcoa's benchmark in grading all of our dealers from whom we are buying.
Throughout the 1970s and into the 1980s, Randy followed in his father's footsteps, using a series of newer and larger trucks to collect scrap to supplement his income.
More than 1 billion scrap tires were stockpiled in 1990.
NGR-Next Generation Recyclingmaschinen from Germany is exhibiting X:Gran, the world's largest one-step recycling line, able to convert whole bales of fiber, raffia, non-woven, or carpet scrap into pellets.
A review of ferrous scrap pricing in the last few years indicates a chart with peaks and troughs similar to those on a Richter scale during an earthquake.
O'Brien Recycling, established in 1997, is a full-service scrap metal recycler handling mainly prompt industrial scrap.
Prime grades of steel scrap have seen price increases of more than 20% since the beginning of 2002.
WasteCap Wisconsin approached Ken Breezer, Royster-Clark's plant manager, to see if he would be willing to conduct a test to determine if gypsum derived from scrap drywall could be substituted for agricultural gypsum in its manufacturing process.
Patented "warm-feed" system predensifies, size reduces and prewarms scrap before it enters the extruder.