Posted on November 29th, 2011 No comments
The Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI, www.cancentral.com ) says it raised close to $75,000 through its Great American Can Roundup Industry Challenge, which lasted 108 days and involved 68 can plants in the United States. The facilities involved in the program included the plants and corporate offices of three major American can manufacturers: Rexam, Ball and Crown Holdings. Through the challenge, individual facilities partnered with schools and local organizations to collect and recycle aluminum used beverage cans (UBC)
CMI Raises Money for Charity
Posted on November 10th, 2011 No comments
Tissue mills and newsprint manufacturers are not the only ones scrambling to find alternative raw materials because of the smaller amount of old newspapers (ONP) on the market. At a session at the 2011 Paper Recycling Conference, held in Chicago in late October, representatives of three other companies that consume ONP described how they are reacting to changes to their supply chain.
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Paper Recycling Conference: Squeezed Out
Posted on November 8th, 2011 No comments
City Carton , Iowa City, Iowa, has hired Eric Smith as recycling facilities manager of its Iowa locations in Mt. Pleasant, Muscatine and Creston locations
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City Carton Names Recycling Facilities Manager
Posted on August 8th, 2011 No comments
A total of 583 lead battery manufacturing plants in China have been closed after government authorities conducted a series of inspections earlier this year in an effort to reduce heavy metal pollution. In a statement, China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) says a total of 1,930 lead battery production, assembly and recycling plants have been inspected as of July 2010. Of these plants, 252 were given permission to continue operating and 80 were still under construction.
China Closes 583 Lead Battery Plants