Posted on September 14th, 2011 No comments
Index is based on 1982 averages prices as 100; Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Paper stock markets continue to shine brightly through the end of the summer, though September may bring challenges. A number of paper stock dealers report that China is pushing back against continued higher old corrugated container (OCC) prices
Softer Markets Ahead (Maybe)
Posted on March 14th, 2011 No comments
Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell has announced that Continental Waste Management LLC, based in Raleigh, N.C., is investing $6 million to establish a post-industrial and post-consumer plastic recycling plant in Covington, Va. The company also will produce plastic/wood composite products at the facility.
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Continental Waste Management Plans to Open Plastics Recycling Facility in Virginia
As students head off to college this fall, there are plenty of things for them to worry about: Passing classes, making friends, decorating dorms, getting invited to the right parties, the freshman 15.
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Identity theft can be on-campus problem
Not that it was needed, but more proof materialized this month that substantial security investments are really hard to justify. TJX announced Sept. 2 what will likely be the last of the settlements of class action lawsuits against it from the data breach of its systems that began in 2005 and which impacted more than 100 million payment cards.
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TJX Settlement. More Proof That Security Investment Is Really Hard To Justify
Boxes of highly confidential student records were dumped on the curb, papers with Social Security numbers, signatures, and personal information – an identity theft nightmare waiting to happen.
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Private School Files Abandoned On NYC Curb
There has been a rise in the number of mobile phone accounts being cloned or taken over by criminals, figures show. According to the UK fraud prevention service Cifas, the practice is one of the growth areas of identity theft. It has seen a 74% rise to 633 cases in the first half of the year, compared with the same period in 2008.
Mobile phone ID fraud increases