Posted on November 23rd, 2011 No comments
As metals prices have tripled in value (or more) in the past several years, shredding plant operators have turned to equipment suppliers to help them ensure that no metal is discarded as auto shredder residue (ASR). Darrell Milton of equipment maker Eriez, Erie, Pa., speaking at a session of the World Recycling Forum, held in Hong Kong in mid-November, outlined how metals recovery and separation systems have evolved in the past two decades. Milton said that drum magnets stand first in line behind an auto shredder to pull out the ferrous pieces and thus “handle 75 percent of the saleable product [by volume]” that is produced by a shredder
World Recycling Forum: No Metal Left Behind
Posted on September 30th, 2011 No comments
Vezzani, Ovada, Italy, has introduced new VS Mobile Press Shears, which are designed similarly to the company’s PC/AC pre-compression shear. The new VS model pre-compression shear is offered as a mobile system in the 600 to 700 ton range that utilizes the same gravity feed system that Vezzani patented for its PC/AC stationary shears
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Vezzani Introduces VS Mobile Press Shears
Posted on August 10th, 2011 No comments
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited the plastics recycling company First Material Systems Inc., Lapine, Ala., for six safety violations following a Jan.
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OSHA Cites Alabama Recycler
Posted on January 10th, 2011 No comments
A Year of ACH Innovation and Mobile, Prepaid MovementThe ABA’s Steve Kenneally says 2011 will be a year of payments change.
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The Electronification of Payments
Posted on October 31st, 2010 No comments
With the mobile phone on the cusp of becoming a device for performing financial transactions, are we also on the cusp of a corresponding tsunami of criminal attacks on the mobile channel? Not to be alarmist, but yes, says GuestView Columnist Nick Holland. And there are already horror stories.
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Horror Stories of Mobile Money Fraud
Posted on September 14th, 2010 No comments
Smartphones let you watch NFL games, read books, and check e-mail.
Posted on August 13th, 2009 No comments
Nothing will kill a potential Mobile Commerce customer’s enthusiasm faster than an onerous checkout process. But retailers have to balance security versus convenience in a way that is radically different from E-Commerce.Going through the ritual of filling out shipping and payment forms on a regular E-Commerce site is annoying enough, but being forced to do that same dance on a mobile device can be downright cruel. But a true M-Commerce site must allow visitors to not only find products with their mobile devices but to also buy them.
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A Mobile Retail Quagmire: The Checkout
Trico Equipment Services, DAG Mobile Aggregate Recycling and Rubble Master form partnership to promote equipment.
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Open House Celebrates Partnership
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Tube City IMS Launches Web Site for Suppliers
Monsoon dust control unit now features a gyratory atomizing nozzle.
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Buffalo Turbine Upgrades Nozzle Choices