Posted on July 25th, 2011 No comments
In mid-June, the U.S. District Court in Syracuse, N.Y., struck down the flow control law in Oswego County, N.Y., saying it was unconstitutionally vague. The flow control provisions of the law, which were enacted in July 1, 2009, directed all solid waste and residential recyclables to county facilities.
Going Against the Flow
Tomra Pacific Inc., Corona, Calif., has settled in a civil case brought against it by five California counties.
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Tomra Pacific, California Settle Consumer Protection Case
Clayton County Recycling in the heart of Iowa has come a long way from its start as an auto salvage yard, says owner Fred Runde. With more than 75 employees today and a variety of modern processing equipment, the multi-site scrap recycling operation continues to be profitable by recovering the most metal possible from its 80/104 shredder with the help of a new compact FinesSort Jr
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No Job Too Small
Being able to separate wanted from unwanted material has always been the goal in the recycling industry, and with good reason: Knowing the type or quality of the material coming into a yard prevents pricing errors and helps supply the cleanest scrap material to customers. It saves scrap recyclers time and provides them with the most profit. High-quality separated materials produce the highest quality final product
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New England E Recycling LLC has invested in RMG Enterprise LLC , an electronics recycling firm with facilities in Londonderry, N.H. and North Kingstown, R.I. New England E Recycling, an affiliate of Office Paper Recovery Systems Inc.
New England E Recycling buys into RMG
SP Newsprint Co. LLC, Dublin, Ga., has entered into a forbearance agreement with its revolving and term lenders. SP Newsprint Co
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SP Newsprint Reaches Forbearance Agreement
Houston-based Waste Management (WM) has launched The Bagster Summer Home Improvement Project promotion.
For years recycling has been touted to communities and governments as a way to reduce waste and help the environment.
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Overall, price and demand for secondary plastics remains strong, particularly among domestic consumers. This strength is despite declining prices for prime material, according to sources.
The Spanish paper company, S.A. Industrias Celulosa Aragonesa CIF (SAICA), has acquired Cutts Recycling, Doncaster, U.K.