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‘It’s not all about muscles’

A novel part of the proceedings during the latest BIR convention was recorded interviews with several women BIR members in…

EMR may go fully electric at ‘most innovative’ deep sea dock

European Metal Recycling is transforming its operations in Scotland with a multi-million Euro development of King George V West Quay…

IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY

Recycling International spotlights family run recycling companies around the globe, starting in Salt Lake City, USA, home to Don, Chris…

Major sorting plant boosts Brazil’s recycling potential

Recycling tech expert Stadler has caught a big fish in Brazil by signing an agreement with waste management major Orizon…

Sweden welcomes new battery recycling plant

Stena Recycling is investing EUR 25 million in a modern facility to process lithium-ion batteries. The plant will be near…

RI’s Top 100: let’s lift the veil

It’s countdown to the launch of Recycling International’s Top 100. On 16 July, the full list of the first Top…

India plans to double Alang shipbreaking capacity

The Indian authorities have introduced a set of measures, including a National Authority for Recycling of Ships (NARS) to expand…

Shah is BIR’s new non-ferrous president

Dhawal Shah has been appointed the new divisional president for non-ferrous at the BIR world recycling organisation. He succeeds David…

‘Textile recyclers: rethink your business’

With the EU preparing to publish a dedicated roadmap for achieving circularity in textiles, the recycling landscape is changing and…

Stricter export rules and high freight costs make business ‘very, very difficult’

Severe restrictions on exports of recovered paper from Europe to the rest of the world would be ‘a very big…

‘Wonderful situation we’ve only dreamt of’

Optimism, fuelled by high prices and huge demand for recycled materials, is dominating the plastics recycling scene. At the same…