Recycling International is written for the global recycling industries by skilled journalists. It also features contributions from highly-qualified players within the recycling industry itself. Our specialist journalists travel the globe to bring you all the latest information of vital importance to your own business or recycling related organisation.
Waste and Recycling
Published 10 times a year, Recycling International is recognized by industry leaders as the main reference tool for latest information about the world`s recycling industry. Since its launch in the 1990s, it has gained a strong following and is read by an estimated 33 000 recycling professionals active across 6500 companies in more than 120 countries.
Scrap processing technologies;
In-depth feature articles on the leading recycling topics of the day;
Expert analyses of the ferrous/non-ferrous scrap, recovered paper and textiles markets;
Updates on vital changes in international legislation;
The latest news, product news and statistics;
Reviews of the world`s major recycling conventions, congresses and trade shows;
Recycling technology updates and new product developments;
The Port of Rotterdam Authority is housed in an office building with probably the most stunning view over Rotterdam. From the top floor, visitors have a breathtaking view on the many barges which are ...
The story still is China - China is driving the market and will do so for some time to come,’ a 170-strong gathering of international recovered paper consumers and suppliers was assured by Bill Moore ...
Iam seated on the back of a motorcycle, holding tightly to the waist of Tien Nguyen, a weathered 40-year-old Vietnamese scrap trader with 20 years of experience in the sweaty, cramped markets of Ho ...
For the last two years, the Chinese scrap industry has been anticipating the release of several pieces of landmark legislation that will not only regulate the industry, but potentially expand it. Of ...
In the introductory comments to the 124-page ‘Waste strategy for England 2007’, the government’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) hails ‘major progress’ in recycling rates ...
South Africa is a country of contrasts. Rich and poor, urban sprawl and open countryside, mountains and coastal regions, different racial groups - all co-exist in a country the size of Europe. With ...
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