Posted on September 30th, 2011 No comments
The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA), Washington, D.C., says domestic consumption of recovered fiber for August 2011 was 2.56 million tons, a 6 percent drop from August 2010. The figures for this August are essentially the same as July 2011’s domestic consumption figures.
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U.S. Recovered Paper Consumption is Flat in August
Posted on September 22nd, 2011 No comments
Nampak , Pretoria, South Africa, has expanded its operations next to its corrugated paper mill in Pretoria. The expansion cost close to $100 million.
Posted on July 21st, 2011 No comments
The Spanish paper company, S.A. Industrias Celulosa Aragonesa CIF (SAICA), has acquired Cutts Recycling, Doncaster, U.K.
After an abrupt stoppage, recovered fiber is starting to cross oceans again.
Recycling Today Conferences: Making New Waves
The reports is the first one taken by the UNEP that looked at the litter problem at 12 major regional seas throughout the world.
A tour of major fiber grades provides a snapshot of volatility.
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Recycling Today Conferences: Paper’s Ups and Downs
Electronics recyclers have had to contend with shifting metals and plastics prices.
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Recycling Today Conferences: Electronics Price Points