December 2017

BIR meets in New Delhi
India's ever-growing hunger from scrap

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In this issue:


BIR CONVENTION NEW DELHI 
Recycling in India: The Essentials
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BIR CONVENTION NEW DELHI 
Scrap demand still 'healthy' despite volatility
'We can all be reasonably optimistic about the balance of the year as the demand for our products looks to be both healthy and stable,' concluded ferr... more
 
BIR CONVENTION NEW DELHI 
India: the complex new frontier
With a population of more than 1.3 billion and a rapidly expanding middle class, India’s hunger for scrap appears to be on an endless growth cur... more
 
TECHNOLOGY 
TOMRA achieves 'unprecedented levels' of sorting efficiency
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BATTERIES 
Steady growth for lithium-ion, but lead-acid market 'is not dead'
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BATTERIES 
The age of the 'cordless craze'
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INTERVIEW 
'We will have to downsize our activities'
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E-SCRAP 
Future-proofing the e-scrap sector: 'It's going to be a long haul'
The value of the global e-scrap management sector will reach new heights in 2022, by when it will total US$ 9.5 billion. This was the news greeting de... more
 
IN THE LAB 
Indian team turns trash bags into tiles
India is known for its colourful architecture as well as for its quickly expanding waste stream. Researchers at the National Physical Laboratory of In... more
 
MARKET ANALYSIS: PLASTICS 
Millions of tonnes looking for a home
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TRADE SHOW 
RWM 2017: sales, sales, sales
Despite the dark cloud of Brexit hanging over this year's Recycling & Waste Management exhibition in Birmingham, machinery and technology supplier... more
 
SHIPBREAKING 
The EMR guide to safe and sound ship recycling
Ship recycling and bad publicity often go hand in hand because of environmental and safety lapses; indeed, the International Labour Organisation has l... more
 
MARKET ANALYSIS: FERROUS 
Export prices enter calmer waters
After a period of strong gains followed by a correction, ferrous scrap prices have entered a more stable phase. Latest cfr price indications for shipm... more
 
MARKET ANALYSIS: STAINLESS 
Market in balance as year-end approaches
Prices have improved across the board since Recycling International last reported in September. While the 304 and 316 grades have been climbing to, re... more
 
MARKET ANALYSIS: NON-FERROUS 
Copper makes forray north US$ 7000
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MARKET ANALYSIS: PAPER 
Chinese buyers rush to place orders for OCC
With mixed paper no longer finding its way into the leading Chinese market, the country’s buyers have switched their attention to importing subs... more
 
MARKET ANALYSIS: TEXTILES 
Be prepared for a more crowded market
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TECHNOLOGY 
All good things come in threes...
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EDITORIAL 
A year of change and celebration In this magazine, it is usually about you. About your business, your chances, your challenges, your concerns. But not this time - at least, not on thi... more
 
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