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 August 16th, 2011 No comments
EFI Recycling , a commercial recycling and brokerage company based in Portland, Ore., has completed the installation of a $1 million sorting line upgrade that will allow it to process single-stream material. The company says the conversion allows it to receive and process more grades of paper and plastics.
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Oregon Recycler Converts to Single Stream
Posted on August 3rd, 2011 No comments
The Spanish Parliament has passed the Act on Waste and Contaminated Land, which includes initiatives designed to expand the nation’s recycling infrastructure. The Spanish Association of Paper and Cardboard (REPACAR) says the new law is designed to promote recycling throughout Europe and implement a system that would expand existing recycling programs. Industry leaders represented by REPACAR say they are pleased the Act on Waste and Contaminated Land passed and hopes it will work as designed to improve recycling and waste collection systems.
Spanish Parliament Passes Waste Act
Moore & Associates looks at how the recent market downturn compares to historic averages for a variety of recovered paper grades.
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Andrew Sirjord named to lead the company.
Call2Recycle Names Chairman of the Board
Wisconsin joins a growing list of states adding electronics recycling legislation to their dockets.
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Wisconsin Governor Signs Bill Addressing Electronics Recycling
O’Neil Strategic Partner Conference to benefit families with sick children.