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Daily Recycling News

BHS managing director Rich Reardon is sure that its new MAX-AI technology is 'the type of development that will change the industry'.
Dec 13, 2017
Technology
Green Recycling is proud to announce it is the first UK company to purchase the innovative Max-AI Autonomous Quality Control robotic sorter developed...

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The winner of the 2017 Design for Recycling Award was EcoStrate thanks to its technology for hard-to-recycle plastics Dec 13, 2017
Business
The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries is now accepting entries for the 2018 Design for Recycling Award. Every year, the...
Dec 12, 2017
Plastic and Rubber
Pyrowave has received a US$ 50 000 grant from America's Foam Recycling Coalition to purchase equipment to allow for in-house...
Dec 12, 2017
Business
Have you ever heard of foamed glass aggregate? Philadelphia-based company AeroAggregates produces this special material, which is...
Dec 11, 2017
Business
The BIR world recycling federation has called on the Chinese government to clarify and consider changes to its scrap import...

Latest Product News

The global market for aluminium scrap is projected to grow by an estimated 7% per annum in the coming five years. With this prospect in mind, Belgian equipment specialist Ad Rem has developed a...
US firm Tribogenics has announced the arrival of its next-generation Watson M series X-ray fluorescence metal analyser: the M2 handheld.
Goudsmit Magnetics has developed a new magnetic filter that captures 'very tiny' iron particles as small as one micron in industrial liquids such as lubricating oil, solvents and coolant.

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