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RECYCLING magazine
The information source for the recycling industry


17.04.2014 | COMPANIES
Alba Group reduces its Board of Directors
With effect from 30 April 2014, Joachim Wagner (47) is stepping down from the top management level of the Alba Group and its subsidiary, Alba SE for personal reasons. [more ...]
14.04.2014 | MARKET
FEAD opposes promotion of bio-degradable plastics
The federation argues that bio-degradable plastics will contaminate the recycling chain. [more ...]
11.04.2014 | COMPANIES
More recycled plastics for computer displays
Product certification organization TCO Development announced the first products to meet a new certification for computer displays containing a minimum of 85% post consumer recycled plastics. [more ...]
11.04.2014 | MARKET
Solution for Italian Solar module recycling
Italy becomes the first major PV market to implement the EU recast WEEE Directive (2012/19/EU), to ensure the correct treatment of waste of electrical and electronic equipment. [more ...]
11.04.2014 | COMPANIES
Stainless steel will profit in 2014
In the 2013 fiscal year, Oryx Stainless has been able to maintain its global market position despite market-related low turnovers and tonnage. The low expectations of the previous financial year were undercut in the process. The group's customers report on the most difficult environment for stainless steel in years. [more ...]
10.04.2014 | COMPANIES
Alba: Revenue and profit decreasing
Alba SE today announced its results for 2013. Both revenue and profits were below the previous year's results. The outlook for 2014 also is not very optimistic. [more ...]
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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



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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09/2013 - Topics:

Stainless steel scrap: Gloomy prospects

Permanent magnets: Fraunhofer IFAM in Dresden recycles neodymium

Security: Deutsche Bahn combats metal Thieves across Europe

E-waste: Waiting for the new ElektroG

Non-ferrous metals: An interview with VDM President Reuther

Steel scrap: BDSV discusses best available technology for large shredders

Economy: WV Stahl President Kerkhoff on the EU action plan




05/2013 - Topics:

Heaps of raw materials:
Rare earths in flurescent powder

Surplus capacity:
Massive demand for steel scrap in Turkey

Next step:
China’s efforts in the recycling of e-waste

Artificial brain:
Robot sorts waste

Zero waste:
Initiatives in emerging countries bear fruit

Two for Europe:
Launch of new standards for electronic scrap

 



 
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