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Scrap Metal Recycling 2

by Integrated Engineers Inc.  (Jan. 30, 2009)

This facility was mandated by the Regional Water Control Board to install a treatment system to treat the 8 gpm from their pressure washing operations. The pressure washer is used to remove the dirt mixed with oil and grease from the cranes and skip loader used in the loading and unloading of metal. Integrated Engineers was hired to design and ...

Titanium Scrap Metal Processing

by Separation Technologists, Inc.  (Mar. 1, 2013)

Background A world-class processor of titanium scrap had a wash system whose cleaning solution was becoming contaminated with both free floating unemulsified tramp oil and emulsified water soluble oil that was being washed off of titanium turnings. As the level of oil contamination increased over time in the wash solution, cleaning effectiveness ...

Scrap Metal Recycling 1

by Integrated Engineers Inc.  (Jan. 30, 2009)

Integrated Engineers provided treatability services for the facility for three areas onsite: the oil water separator, tin baler effluent water, and aluminum shavings/cutting oil runoff. The facility processes and bales scrap metal for recycling. The three different waters were treated with Floccin J. Oil Separator The oil separator water is ...

Increased profit from scrap metal

by FTL Foundry Equipment Ltd  (Aug. 3, 2009)

Reduced availability of scrap metal makes it essential to get the best price for steel and maximise recovery of more valuable metals. The re-emergence of the Far East markets provides the opportunity to take advantage of thousand of empty containers travelling East.  FTL-Dunn Container Loaders give you the flexibility to respond to market ...

E-scrap: metals too precious to ignore

by Recycling International  (Nov. 20, 2008)

Increased recovery of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) is providing the global recycling industry with fresh challenges. Researchers from Berlin’s University of Technology have been taking a close look at the material flowing into and out of the recycling process, paying special attention to the precious metals content. Their main ...

Market Is Calling for the Scrap Metal Crusher Machine

by Fote Machinery  (Nov. 15, 2013)

In the twenty first century, the steel industry of China steps into its rapid developing stage. Scrap metal crusher machine is developing with the quick demands of the market. It is a way to reuse and recycle the scraps of the steel by crushing and classifying different quality steel. There is a large demand for the scrap ...

Scrap Metal Prices Soaring - Time to Start Demolition

by Universal Wrecking Corporation  (Jan. 17, 2011)

Now may be the time for you to start that demolition project with ferrous and non ferrous metals rising to new heights.  During demolition, scrap metals such as steel, copper, stainless steel and other metals are collected for recycling.  The revenue generated by these recycling efforts can help offset the costs of ...

Metals In China - Coming-of-age for China´s Scrap Conventions

by Recycling International  (Feb. 1, 2006)

The Secondary Metals International Forum has established itself as the most mature and international of China’s scrap conventions. In terms of organisation and programming, the latest forum has helped to raise the Chinese scrap convention to a new, international standard while presenting an issues agenda whose impact is likely to be felt for ...

Gimmicks and Gadgets -- Metal Scrap Pile Yields Tool With Multiple Uses

by American Water Works Association (AWWA)  (Mar. 1, 1992)

Old metal scrap was transformed into a versatile tool that can be used in a variety of ways, such as straightening out the ends of culvert pipes and holding sheet metal in place for welding. Using recycled metal scrap, this gadget can also be used as a pry bar to help dislodge stuck pipe being dug out of the ground. Materials and construction are ...

Identification and control of safety and health hazards in metal scrap recycling

by U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)  (Jul. 1, 2008)

The audience for this guide is anyone who works in the metal scrap recycling industry—employers, employees, safety professionals, and industrial hygienists—should read this publication. This guide can help you identify and manage the hazards associated with exposure to various metals and processing chemicals and with related processes and ...

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