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Jansen Recycling catches big ‘fish’ full of toxics

A Russian submarine held in port at Amsterdam in the Netherlands for 18 years is finally to be scrapped. It…

Carpet recyclers seeking new frontiers

Carpet Recycling UK (CRUK) is expanding its geographical coverage of the UK, offering the flooring sector more options for reuse…

Dutch multi-metals processor Jacomij turns 50

What started in 1969 as a tiny scrap trader is today a modern and innovative recycling enterprise with operations covering…

Ellin: ‘Perfect storm for paper market’

Global markets for recovered paper remain extremely challenging, according to UK’s Recycling Association chief executive Simon Ellin. But he insists…

Tomra: ‘Now is the time for bold action’

Around 40% of all plastic packaging produced worldwide will be collected for recycling by 2030, according to Stefan Ranstrand, president…

Floating ‘garbage truck’ to rid ocean plastics in key rivers

The Ocean Cleanup, which has pioneered innovative technologies to clear the world’s oceans of plastic, has launched a floating system…

All the best from Budapest!

Mid October, the global scrap recycling scene gathered on the banks of the beautiful Danube river in Hungary’s capital for…

Chiao: ‘Let your environmental heart speak’

There will only be a future for our industry if we keep watch on scrap quality, warned David Chiao, president…

Tom Bird: recycling sector needs image building

The Bureau of International Recycling is to be the ‘go-to’ source for those needing to know about the recycling industry,…

‘With a recession on the doorstep’, textiles recyclers expecting rough wetter

The global textiles recycling industry is suffering from a combination of high supply, falling quality and payment issues among some…

Will this kick off the long-awaited shredder invasion to India?

Recycling equipment manufacturer Metso has won an order to deliver a Texas Shredder for Tata Steel’s planned steel scrap recycling…