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E-Scrap Conference and Trade Show

Will microbes be the new e-scrap gold diggers?

New Zealand’s Mint Innovation has unveiled what it describes as ‘the world’s first e-scrap bio-refinery’, a facility using micro-organisms to…

Tata Steel steel plant to ‘formalise’ Indian scrap market

Tata Steel is constructing the first steel recycling plant in India. The facility will be based in Rohtak, Haryana. The move…

E-scrap recyclers potential for ‘huge profits’

The worldwide electronic scrap recycling market will be worth over US$ 34 billion (EUR 30 billion) by 2022, according to research firm…

US scrap exports blighted by Chinese restrictions

China’s policy on scrap imports continues to hit US exports of both ferrous and non-ferrous grades. The latest quarterly data…

Basel Convention update bad for scrap trade?

The Basel Convention Conference adopted amendments to reduce ocean plastics debris last Friday. This move will likely impair the trade…

US recyclers can no longer redeem coins found in scrap

The US government has decided to suspend the nation-wide used coin redemption programme. A bad move, according to the Institute…

BAN uncovers worst e-scrap fraud in US history

One of the largest e-scrap recyclers in the US state of Washington has been convicted of sending large shipments of…

4th Steel Scrap, Billet and DRI Trade Summit – Emerging Markets

It takes safe drivers to run a safe scrap yard

At the US Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Convention and Expo in Los Angeles, Mike O’Connor of Sadoff Iron &…