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‘We’ve seen the inflow of copper cables explode’

Ragg Recycling is among Austria’s leading steel recycling enterprises. Some 120 000 tonnes of ferrous scrap a year  pass through…

Electronics recyclers unite in Frankfurt

The E-Waste World Conference & Expo returned to Germany once again following a pandemic-induced break. Here are some highlights of…

B Lal Steel’s ambition: ‘Next step? A car shredder for Delhi’

A mature car recycling sector in India could generate EUR 5.7 billion per year, according to entrepreneur and businessman Vipan…

Stronger voice needed to combat ever-growing logistics costs, says Baxi

Freight rates soared more than 300% between September 2019 and October 2021 and this has to stop, according to recovered…

US recycling earns US$ 350 per person

The US recycling industry generates nearly US$ 116.84 billion (EUR 104 billion) annually in economic benefits, according to the latest…

Alpla boosts its plastics recycling across south-east Asia

With the launch of a regional head office in Singapore, global plastics packaging recycler Alpla Group targets to strengthen its…

Individuals can make a difference to e-scrap recovery

International E-Waste Day 2021 was marked by an estimate that the worldwide mountain of waste electronic and electrical equipment totals…

Winners plastics recycling awards set ‘truly circular’ example

Recycling technology provider Erema and Deutsche Telekom are among the winners of the plastics recycling awards, presented at the Plastics…

Bird: Free scrap trade fundamental for a successful circular economy

The Bureau of International Recycling supports the recent initiative of its European member federation EuRIC regarding the potential impact of…

Adam Minter to address global e-scrap scene in Salzburg

Specialist journalist and commentator Adam Minter will be among the keynote speakers at the 2022 International Electronics Recycling Congress (IERC)….

Angry recyclers claim free scrap metal trade is in danger

Recyclers across Europe are standing up to lawmakers in Brussels over the proposed banning or restricting of metal scrap exports….