Increasing plastics recycling tonnages in the United Kingdom “will be a key focus for 2012,” predicts Keith Freegard, director of Axion Consulting, Bramhall, U.K.
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Consultant Urges More Plastics Recycling in the U.K.
Alter Trading, St. Louis, has announced the appointment of Andrew Cole as vice president of human resources and organizational development for Goldstein Group Inc., whose subsidiaries include Alter Trading Corp. and Alter Company.
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Cole Named to HR Post at Alter
Several industry experts have been lined up as speakers for the inaugural Paper & Plastics Recycling Conference Middle East .
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Speakers Confirmed for Paper & Plastics Recycling Conference Middle East
The Tirex Corp., Westport, Conn., has entered into a joint venture agreement with Wyoming Corporate Headquarters (WCH), West Columbia, S.C., to recycle scrap tires collected at WCH’s Tennessee facility. “With the successful collection of scrap tires, this joint venture moves Tirex from its developmental stage to a commercial entity with revenue-generating operations and is just the tip of the iceberg for the expansion of our technology into the market,” says John Threshie Jr., president of Tirex. “Since we own 25 percent of the joint venture, revenues to Tirex could be significant in 2012.” The engineering construction firm JECC, based in Quebec, will undertake the fabrication and installation of the tire recycling system, estimated to cost $7.5 million
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Tirex Signs Deal to Supply Tire Recycling System with WCH
International Forest Products (IFP), Foxborough, Mass., has named Larry Burton its new vice president of business development.
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IFP Names Burton VP
The Coalition for American Electronics Recycling (CAER), based in Washington, D.C., has received the endorsement of the American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC) for its support of federal legislation to restrict the export of electronic scrap from the United States. The groups says such action
The steel company Severstal North America, based in Dearborn, Mich., has entered into an agreement with the National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago Ltd., National Energy Corp. Ltd., Complejo Metalurgico Dominicano S.A. and Neal & Massy Holdings Ltd
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Severstal NA Studies Feasibility of DRI Plant in Trinidad and Tobago
A&A Midwest Recycling , headquartered in Las Vegas, Nev.,
Icahn Enterprises Holdings (IEH), a subsidiary of Icahn Enterprises LP , has announced that its tender offer for the outstanding shares of Commercial Metals Co . (CMC) for $15 per share in cash has expired.
Icahn Drops Bid for CMC
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CellMark , a marketer of pulp and paper based in Gothenburg, Sweden, has acquired Alcan International Network (AIN) from Constellium. AIN is a global supply chain services company that provides links between manufacturers and customers in chemicals, minerals and raw materials and equipment for the foundry industry
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CellMark Acquires Alcan International Network