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Organics Recycling In North Carolina

by BioCycle Magazine  (Sep. 1, 2016)

A recent study by state agency analyzed organic materials recycled since 2011, as well as food waste recovered in 2015. Findings show substantial organics recycling capacity. The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NC DEQ) released a study in June 2016 analyzing the organic materials recycled since 2011, as well as food waste ...

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 ...

How to Recycle Radiator Scrap?

by Amisy Metal Recycling Machinery  (Aug. 1, 2015)

Radiator is widely used in cars, trucks and other automobiles. Radiators were also once an essential part of a home heating system. In today’ s life, AC radiator is more known by commons. Before discussing how to recycle radiator, let’s have a general knowledge of this three kinds of radiators. Car radiators was almost born with the ...

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 ...

How To Recycle Scrap AC Radiator

by Allance Copper Recycling Machinery  (Dec. 24, 2015)

Every scrapper’s dream is to find a “jackpot” of metal that is ripe for the picking. If you have any type of experience under your belt, you’ll know that “jackpots” are not happened upon often...unless, you happen to find an AC radiator. These are the non-ferrous tube systems that are used to compress air and ...

How to Start the Scrap Metal Recycling Business

by Allance Copper Recycling Machinery  (Jun. 29, 2016)

Are you looking for ways to start a scrap metal recycling business? Do you want to know what to prepare? With so many people becoming eco-conscious, it is quite profitable to open your own scrap metal business. So next let’s learn about the related know-how. 1. Learn about the market. The scrap business is viable in your ...

Car and e-scrap recycling: the Chinese experience

by Recycling International  (Dec. 1, 2006)

In late November, more than 220 delegates met in China for the World Recycling - Shanghai congress organised by Switzerland-based ICM. Among other issues, the focus fell on latest trends in car and electronics scrap recycling within China itself. Several speakers emphasised that much remains to be done to bring the country into line with standards ...

Talk to your scrap buyer

by Sweed Machinery, Inc.  (Jun. 20, 2007)

Scrap dealers don’t want to pick up a bunch of unmanageable scrap that they have to haul back to their yard and try to separate. They would much rather pick up neat, sorted and compacted scrap. Metal recyclers all over the U.S. and abroad use Sweed equipment in their scrap yards, but if a scrap dealer installs a Sweed chopper in their ...

Don’t Scrap It, Strip It!

by Amisy Metal Recycling Machinery  (Jul. 16, 2013)

Do you sell the insulated wires to a salvage yard every time when you have them?If so, you are deserting money for the value of bright copper wire is 4-5 times of insulated wires. Therefore, why do not star your own business with wire stripping machine?  Wire stripping machine ...

New ISRI scrap specifications

by Recycling International  (Nov. 19, 2007)

The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) says it has updated the 2007 Scrap Specifications Circular with revisions to three non-ferrous specifications and the addition of a new specification. The new specifications has become effective on November 19th 2007. The ISRI’s Board of Directors approved recommendations from the Non-Ferrous ...

Circular economy to be scrapped?

by Riverside Waste Machinery  (Jan. 9, 2015)

Riverside Waste Machinery’s managing director Jonathan Oldfield, a passionate advocate of UK resource efficiency, talks about the current uncertainty surrounding the circular economy. There are a few things the waste and recycling industry knows for certain in 2015. New rules stipulating the separate collection of paper, plastics, metals ...

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 ...

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 ...

Radioactivity and scrap: Time to share the burden

by Recycling International  (Dec. 17, 2008)

The melting of metals containing a radioactive source can have devastating health, environmental and financial implications. But according to leading lights within the recycling industry, scrap processors do not receive adequate support from governments, among others, in tackling this monumental challenge. The industry’s concerns were highlighted ...

The history and art of trading scrap with China

by Recycling International  (Apr. 1, 2007)

China’s economic growth has created a huge demand for non-ferrous metals which domestic resources cannot fully satisfy. As a result, opportunities have opened up over the last decade or so for overseas suppliers of a range of non-ferrous scrap. However, exporting such materials to China can be a complex affair. This article is based on a speech ...

Funding Innovative Uses For Scrap Tires

by BioCycle Magazine  (Jan. 1, 1999)

Many States are cleaning up their stockpiles of scrap tires, but more roll in every day. According to the industry, each person in the United States generates one used tire annually. A number of states like North Carolina and Illinois are providing grants to stimulate markets for products made from scrap tire rubber, while states like Texas and ...

Compostable Products And Postconsumer Food Scraps

by BioCycle Magazine  (Aug. 1, 2016)

“Death of Composting” read the title of a blog posted in June by Ayr Muir, founder and CEO of Clover Food Lab, a restaurant group in Boston, Massachusetts. Startling, to say the least, and certainly compelling to read. Muir’s blog described how Clover Food Lab, a Boston restaurant company, moved to 100 percent compostable ...

Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron Corp. To Implement 21st Century Programming’s Recycling Operations Management Software

by 21st Century Programming  (Jan. 24, 2012)

Leading Recycling Software Provider to Help New Jersey-Based Industrial Wrecking Company Expand Services with Streamlined Operations and Accounting Software  LONG BEACH, CA (January 24, 2012) – 21st Century Programming, designers and distributors of ROM, ...

Sims committed to e-scrap takeover trail

by Recycling International  (Nov. 20, 2008)

Amid America’s economic turmoil, the US e-scrap division of the world’s largest recycler Sims Metal Management is celebrating strong expansion in North America. The business recently took over Global Investment Recovery, which marks Sims’ latest step towards its goal of becoming the largest e-scrap recycler in each US state. Recycling ...

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 ...

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