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RECYCLING magazine
The information source for the recycling industry


25.07.2014 | MARKET
Falkenberg opens international recycling & recovery congress
The event is held in Vienna on the 8th and 9th of September. [more ...]
23.07.2014 | MARKET
Recycling plant development expanding globally
At one time, recycling was largely to be found in developed nations. But the latest June 2014 research from Waste Industry Sales Monitor indicates that the environmental and cash benefits of materials recovery is taking root across the world. [more ...]
23.07.2014 | MARKET
World crude steel production increases
World crude steel production for the 65 countries reporting to the World Steel Association was 137 million tonnes in June 2014, an increase of 3.1% compared to June 2013. [more ...]
21.07.2014 | COMPANIES
SITA UK and Forth Ports announce partnership
Sita UK and Forth Ports have announced a long-term partnership that will see the creation of a major recycling and resource management hub based at the Port of Tilbury on the River Thames. [more ...]
18.07.2014 | COMPANIES
Manitou presents growing revenues
The french material handler company reaches a growth of 10 percent for the second quarter of 2014. [more ...]
17.07.2014 | MARKET
Steel market: EU recovery taking hold
The forecast expects growth rates at 3 to 3.5 percent for 2014 and 2015. [more ...]
17.07.2014 | THERMAL TREATMENT
U.S. waste could power 13.8 million homes
A report by Columbia University claims that there is great potential to increase energy drawn from waste in the U.S. [more ...]
11.07.2014 | COMPANIES
New mobile scrap shears from Copex
According to the manufacturer, the new range named REFLEX is especially developed for the compacting and shearing of welded structures, white goods, car bodies, collected scrap and all kinds of non-ferrous metals. [more ...]
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RECYCLING magazine profile

The RECYCLING magazine reports on the latest developments in the field of recycling and waste management, regarding economy, politics and technology. The editorial staff examines each of the various groups of materials and likewise analyses events in the worlds of business, politics and technology. The main focus is placed on the readers’ need for information – for compact, thoroughly researched articles with a high degree of practical benefit. The reporting is amply accompanied by a comprehensive range of information online.

The target group of the RECYCLING magazine includes market participants and decision makers from the entire recycling and waste disposal industry as well as lawyers, politicians and employees of public authorities and scientific establishments.

RECYCLING magazine is published 3-4 times a year and can be subscribed in our online shop.


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04/2014 - Topics:

Ifat preview: What you can expect at the industry‘s largest trade show

Trade fair: The Middle East & Waste Recycling brings together the region‘s experts

Mind the gap: The UK needs to invest large amounts of money to get rid of their landfill

Accident prevention: When it comes to trucks, cyclists are moving into the dangerzone

Putting waste to good use: ESA takes care of the UKs waste management industry‘s interests

Very british: The Scottish Shanks Group covers a lot of waste in a lot of countries

Shredding for cash: Technology for secondary shredding in Mechanical Biological Treatment

On stranger tides: The EU is trying to improve the conditions for shipbreaking

After the crisis? An insight into Europes‘ recycling businesses

Saving gold from landfills: Getting non-ferrous metals out of automobile scrap and electronic equipment

Somewhere beyond the sea: Trying to find viable ways to recycle raw materials




10/2013 - Topics:

Asia: Container thieves find easy prey

Austria: Packaging monopoly falls

Norway: New concept for incineration slag

Slovenia: Investment in waste

UK: Desire and reality

Steel Scrap: Rock bottom reached?

TransWaste: E-waste going eastwards

Shredder: The inventor of the shredder


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