| During this year's International Automobile Recycling Congress (IARC) , some 220 experts from 24 countries came together to discuss the latest trends in the world of automobile recycling.
| One of the key factors in the transition to a circular economy lies in “ecodesign”.
| A new study commissioned by Zero Waste Europe identifies how to best measure waste prevention and what are the most useful policies to minimise waste generation.
| According to Tomra, the data from Tomra Insight can transform sorting from an operational process into a strategic management tool for fact-based decision-making at every step of the value and production chain.
| World crude steel production for the 64 countries reporting to the World Steel Association (Worldsteel) was 137.3 million tonnes (Mt) in February 2019, a 4.1% increase compared to February 2018.
| Starlinger recycling technology will deliver PET recycling lines with a total installed capacity of 5.4 tons/hour for CarbonLITE’s new site in Pennsylvania at the end of the year.
| Rookery South Limited have awarded the contract to construct England’s latest EfW plant to the Swiss company Hitachi Zosen Inova, building on successful collaboration forged in earlier projects.
| Doosan is launching the new DX250WMH-5 25 tonne Stage IV compliant material handler for use in the solid waste, recycling, demolition and forestry industries.
| Tomra Sorting Recycling has announced to be present at PRSE (Plastic Recycling Show Europe) to showcase its expertise and state of the art technology in the flake sorting industry, including applications such as: PET Flakes, PO Flakes, PE/PP flakes, PVC and PVC Window Frames.
| Within the automotive recycling industry there is growing concern about future economic developments, according to a recent survey of participants at the International Automobile Recycling Congress IARC 2019.
| The residual waste presses by Strautmann are predestined for completely overcrowded waste bins and roll containers.
| Communities and individuals around the world are coming together today to celebrate the second annual Global Recycling Day.
| The British Metals Recycling Association (BMRA) has launched a new campaign to encourage members of the public to support their local scrap yard, while raising funds for local schools, community projects and charities.
| An initiative of the Global Recycling Foundation, Global Recycling Day is a movement dedicated to celebrating the importance of recycling and to making the world think resource not waste. Now in its second year, the day was created in 2018 to help recognise, and celebrate, the importance recycling plays in preserving our precious primary resources, lowering global carbon emissions and securing the future of our planet.