| At the annual convention of the Bureau of International Recycling, all divisions criticized the EU Commission's plans for greater regulation of waste shipments: Restricting trade would endanger businesses and recycling.
| Steinert wants to present the new performance app, processing of non-ferrous metals including separation of heavy metals, wood sorting and recycling of steel in Munich.
| World crude steel production for the 64 countries reporting to the World Steel Association (worldsteel) was 161.0 million tonnes (Mt) in March 2022, a 5.8% decrease compared to March 2021.
| Thyssen Krupp celebrated its groundbreaking ceremony for a new processing plant in Duisburg to strengthen the circular economy and reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
| Stena Recycling wants to take the next step to reduce climate impact by committing to the Science Based Targets initiative. All Stena Recycling companies are set out to reduce their climate footprint in line with the ambitions of the Paris Climate Agreement.
| The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) has today, 21 April, announced the launch of the Metal Recycling Contractor Competency Scheme (MRCCS), designed to...
| Four dimensions against wear and the topic of sustainability are Stahlwerke Bochum’s central issues for IFAT 2022
| The steel recycling industry is one of the oldest and most important members of the recycling community.
| APEAL, the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging, has announced the launch of its new report: How to recycle steel - Why steel packaging recycles forever.
| Metso Outotec has signed an agreement to divest its Metal Recycling business line to an affiliate of Mimir, an investment company based in Stockholm, Sweden.
| World crude steel production for the 64 countries reporting to the World Steel Association (Worldsteel) was 145.7 million tonnes (Mt) in October 2021, a 10.6% decrease compared to October 2020.
| The board of the BIR Ferrous Division has appointed Mr Denis Reuter as new divisional President.
| China led the world in consuming around 240 million tonnes of steel scrap in 2020.
| The World Steel Association (Worldsteel) forecasts that steel demand will grow by 4.5% in 2021 and reach 1,855.4 Mt after 0.1% growth in 2020.