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Non-ferrous slag recycling plant coming to Romania

Greek holding Mytilineos has announced that it will invest EUR 33.8 million (US$40 million) to build a slag processing and…

MHM looks beyond Australia for salt slag processing

Australia – MHM Metals has commissioned a salt slag processing facility near Geelong in the Australian state of Victoria. The…

Harsco to recycle slag from Austrian steel mills

Archiv – United States / Austria | Worldwide industrial services company Harsco Corporation says its Harsco Minerals division, and two…

Befesa acquires salt slag recycling assets

Archiv – Spain / Germany | Spanish waste management company Befesa has signed an agreement to acquire the complete production…

Insolvency for salt slag recycler

Archiv – Suffering from high debts, aluminium salt slag recycler AGOR AG of Cologne in Germany has filed for bankruptcy….

Salt slag recycler sells Canadian subsidiaries

Archiv – Aluminium salt slag recycling company AGOR AG, from Cologne, Germany, has decided it will sell its stake in…

Non-ferrous separator for combustion slag

Archiv – In response to the EU Construction Materials Decree on the recycling of waste products, scheduled to apply from…

Recycling breakthrough unites steelmaking, wastewater treatment and construction sector

Australia’s RMIT University has discovered that steel slag used to treat wastewater can be recycled as an aggregate material for…

BHS solution makes the most of incineration waste

After incineration, what remains are the incombustible components of the waste and the inert materials produced in the process –…

China opens world’s biggest incineration plant

Shanghai has completed the expansion of the Laogang Renewable Resource Recycling Center. The incineration power plant is the largest of…

China says it will extend import ban to yet more recyclables

Asia – The Chinese government has listed more recyclable materials that will be prohibited for import over the course of…

Share your shear stories and win a GoPro!

It’s safe to say that scrap shears are the pillars of the recycling industry. But which configurations are the future? Take part in our tech survey and get a shot at winning a cool GoPro camera!

Thousands of scrap shears are driving recycling businesses all over the world. When it comes to different types, an operator may opt for maximum tonnage or flexibility, such as a mobile set-up. An integrated baling system is also gaining popularity. Ultimately, there is no wrong or right shear; it comes down to how you’re going to use it.

Our survey is meant to map the wants and needs of today’s dynamic recycling industry. Voice your opinion here and, who knows, you may be able to capture your recycling facility in action in HD.

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