| For the upcoming IARC 2018, Joseph M. Holsten gave an overview of the dismantling market and present his personal market assessment. Before the conference Joseph M. Holsten states how he views the European market and what the future challenges for the dismantling market will be.

New office and staff for Saxlund International

| Saxlund International, the UK arm of bulk solid handling and bio-energy combustion specialist Saxlund Group AB, kicks off 2018 with new larger offices and new appointments to support expanding business opportunities and over thirteen active biomass fuel handling and storage contracts at bioenergy projects across the UK.

BIR announces first federation partner for Global Recycling Day

| Organisers of the first-ever Global Recycling Day have announced that the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) is their first Federation Partner.

Eriez Europe and Ecohog unite to clean-up the mobile Eddy Current...

| Increasing maintenance costs and strict health and safety regulations faced by companies in the recycling and waste industry has resulted in a greater demand for more transportable separation equipment, which offers on-site flexibility and reduces risk hazards.

IARC: Interview with Christophe Pillot

| At the IARC 2018, Christophe Pillot will provide his view on the e-mobility market, especially on the future of batteries. Before the conference we asked Christophe Pillot how he evaluates the current development in the market for electric vehicles.

ISRI launches mobile app

| In an industry based on connections, being able to network and access key information wherever you are, is essential to a successful business. The new mobile app launched by the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), ISRI Connect, is built around this concept and the importance of networking, news and information, and industry resources.

Best Italien plastics recycler relies on Tomra technology

| Montello S.p.A., based near Bergamo, Italy, uses the latest sensor-based technology of 40 Tomra machines to give a new lease of life to tonnes of post-consumer plastic arriving from Lombardy.