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RECYCLING magazine
The information source for the recycling industry


10.02.2016 | MARKET
CEWEP welcomes new members from Luxembourg, Lithuania and Turkey
SIDOR, Fortum Klaipėda (Fortum Group) and Eren Holding have joined the European Waste-to-Energy operators‘ community. [more ...]
10.02.2016 | COMPANIES
Novelis publishes strong quarterly results
Novelis has reported a net income of $6 million for the third quarter of fiscal year 2016. Excluding tax-effected special items, the company reported net income of $32 million in the third quarter of fiscal 2016 compared to $54 million in the third quarter of fiscal 2015. [more ...]
10.02.2016 | MARKET
European project to promote separate paper collection launched
Impactpaperec is a European project to further increase the separate collection of paper for recycling and promote appropriate schemes to avoid landfilling and incineration. [more ...]
05.02.2016 | E-SCRAP
Industry demands legally binding EN 50625 Standards on WEEE
CECED, DIGITALEUROPE, EERA and the WEEE Forum call on the European Commission to prepare an Implementing Regulation in accordance with the provisions laid down in article 8.5 of the Directive, that would oblige Member States to require mandatory compliance to the EN 50625 Series for all WEEE treatment facilities in the EU. [more ...]
05.02.2016 | COMPANIES
Umicore announces successful year
According to the Belgian company’s statement, revenues were up by 11 per cent compared to 2014 with with strong growth in Catalysis and Energy & Surface Technologies more than offsetting the impact of lower metal prices on the recycling activities. [more ...]
04.02.2016 | THERMAL TREATMENT
EQT Infrastructure II sells EEW Energy from Waste to Beijing Enterprises Holding
The agreement is only subject to clearance under the German Foreign Trade and Payments Ordinance. The transaction is expected to close end of February 2016. [more ...]
29.01.2016 | MARKET
BIR and India share their recycling visions
BIR’s leaders made prominent contributions to the annual conference of the Metal Recycling Association of India (MRAI), held last week in New Delhi. BIR President Ranjit Baxi and Director General Alexandre Delacoux were invited to add the international dimension by addressing this important gathering of around 800 business people involved in recycling. [more ...]
27.01.2016 | MARKET
UK: Landfill instead of recycling
According to various british newspapers, hundreds of thousands of tonnes of recycling have incinerated or send to landfill sites - because councils claim it has not been sorted correctly. [more ...]
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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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08/2015 - Topics:

Still room for improvement: The influence of the waste management industry on the US economy.

Recycling makes flying safer: How to dispose of life-limited aircraft parts safely.

The tyre economy: Redisa has changed the way used tyres are treated in South Africa.

Urgent need for action: A study shows that large parts of the world do not have proper waste management systems

Free competition is essential: The meaning of free and fair competition for the circular economy.

Footboard? Yes, please! Prohibiting footboards on RCVs would lead to more accidents.

UK's next revolution: The impact of waste management and recycling on the UK's GDP.

Hybrids are here to stay: Denmark is at the forefront of reducing carbon emissions.




01/2015 - Topics:

Bottle recycling in the Andes: Austrian bottle-to-bottle recycling technology goes to Colombia

A slowdown for the circular economy: A new proposal from the EU commission might bring some surprises

Under pressure: The changing face of tyre management in the waste and recycling business

The viennese circle: Vienna closes the loop of organic material in the Lobau compost facility

On the road to zero waste: One of Europe’s largest waste disposal companies has a zero waste strategy

Some independent thinking: Can an independent supplier give better deals on municipal equipment?

Making hazardous waste vanish: E.S.T. has developed a solution to completely dispose of chemical waste

Sorting waste with neutrons: Identifying valuable and undesirable elementes in the waste stream


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