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A plant for reprocessing used or abandoned materials.

The 4th Industrial Revolution and You

The 4th Industrial Revolution and You

The results of the world’s first global survey into the future of waste management were presented at the ISWA World Congress and WasteCon 2017. The survey, titled “The Impact of the 4th Industrial Revolution on the Waste Management Sector,” gathered input from more than 1,000 of the waste industry’s leading

STADLER Announces New Leadership and North American Headquarters

STADLER Announces New Leadership and North American Headquarters

Colfax, NC – In response to continued growth and to more effectively manage their expanded opportunities STADLER America, LLC has announced the appointment of Matthew Everhart as its CEO and the opening of a new North American headquarters in Colfax, NC.

Mr. Everhart brings extensive recycling and process industry experience to

MRF and Recycling Plant Operations Forum Announced

MRF and Recycling Plant Operations Forum Announced

Valley View, OH – The Recycling Today Media Group has announced plans to introduce the MRF & Recycling Plant Operations Forum in fall 2016. The inaugural event adds to the group’s successful conferences serving the business interests of the waste and recycling industry in the U.S. and internationally.

The MRF &

Unprofitable Recycling Weighs On Waste Management

Updated April 29, 2015 4:32 p.m. ET Recycling is a growing financial weight on the country’s largest trash hauler. Waste Management Inc. said Wednesday that tumbling prices of recycled materials and lower recycling volumes cut into its revenue in the first quarter, leading the company to lower its profit forecasts.

Garbage In, Resources Out

Garbage In, Resources Out

“The greatest economic benefit of recycling is that it provides a base of materials for robust, efficient manufacturing industries. So far this decade, US paper manufacturers have voluntarily built more than 45 recycling-based pulp and paper mills and only a handful that use virgin wood. This is not just because

Midland Recycling Announces New Ownership

Lincoln, NE – April 1, 2014 – Midland Recycling, long-time regional leader in the recycling industry, today announced the sale of the facility. The Lincoln plant will continue to operate in the current facility under the name Midland Recycling. “Midland Recycling is a fine, well-operated company that will add significant

STADLER Prepares for a Bigger Future in a New Building!

STADLER is adjusting to match growing demand and has therefore built a new, larger facility not far from the old one in Altshausen, Southern Germany. The new building provides an additional 32,800 square feet of space for STADLER’s production. With the new powder spray coating facility, the ample final mounting

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