Non-ferrous metals

Elemental Holding acquires Legend Smelting and Recycling

| Legend Smelting and Recycling has joined the Elemental Holding Group. The acquisition strengthens the Group’s position in the global supply chain of critical raw materials. The total value of Elemental Holding’s investments in the US market has reached nearly USD 100 million.

New life for recycled aluminium

| In the province of Latina, a scrap recycler supplies a nearby foundry with recycled aluminum that has been sorted by Tomra’s machines to produce a green billet with 85% recycled content.

Untha shredder transforms manufacturing site in Brooklyn

| An Untha shredder is now in operation in the heart of Brooklyn, New York, as precision manufacturer Linda Tool gears up for further growth.

Sorting technology turns aluminium green

| Karl Hoffmann, Global Sales Director from the Metal Recycling Division at Steinert about recycling aluminium, technological breakthroughs, the distinctive features of the market and his expectations for the future.

Circular metals and global value chains

| Rewarding metal recycling environmental benefits and preserving free and fair trade of circular metals were among the key messages of Recyclers’ Talks #3 organised on 7 June 2021 by EuRIC.

Tomra Recycling explores future of global aluminium industry

| On 20 May 2021 Tomra Recycling held it first metals sorting webinar entitled ‘Aluminium sorting industry outlook – key sorting technologies, innovations and opportunities in a circular economy.’

A Blockchain Solution for Cobalt Traceability

| Metals and mining companies CMOC, Eurasian Resources Group (ERG) and Glencore in collaboration with battery material supplier Umicore are piloting Re-Source, a solution to trace responsibly produced cobalt from the mine to the electric car.

Tomra Recycling invites to webinar on aluminum recycling

| Anticipating future trends in the aluminum recycling industry, Tomra Recycling is going to hold its first metals sorting webinar “Aluminum recycling industry outlook - key sorting technologies, innovations & opportunities in a circular economy” on May 20, 3pm CEST.  

Greater operational reliability in scrap and aluminium recycling

| For the new “EVO 5.0" generation of machines, Steinert provides a 4-year warranty on the x-ray source and x-ray sensors.

Global Recycling Foundations Reforestation Initiative

| Metal recycling firm Recycled Products this week planted 20 trees to mark Global Recycling Day on 18 March. The firm has committed to planting a total of at least 250 saplings in the Chilterns in support of a reforestation initiative run by the organisers of Global Recycling Day.

Constellium planning a recycling investment in Europe

| Constellium has announced that it is in the advanced planning stages of an investment to increase its recycling capacity in Europe.

A time for the scrap industry to channel its “passion and positivity”

| At the BIR Non-Ferrous Metals Division’s eForum in June this year, much of the debate had surrounded China’s proposed “recycled material” reclassification system covering brass, copper and cast aluminium alloy imports.

New study shows life cycle of stainless steels

| Team Stainless has published ‘The Global Life Cycle of Stainless Steels’, a summary of the results of a study which quantifies the stocks and flows cycle of stainless steels.

Investing in aluminium packaging sorting and recycling pays off

| Several speakers stressed the need to invest now into the Circular Economy, during the European Aluminium web workshop on investing in better collection and sorting of used aluminium packaging for recycling.

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