Schnitzer, Paragon clash on ‘norms’
Oct 30, 2008 | 10:39 AM
| Paul Schaffer
The court fight over whether Schnitzer Steel Industries Inc. exaggerated its recycling prowess to get an 80-percent discount on Hawaiian landfill access is turning into a debate on recycling technology norms for shredder fluff.
"There is no market for the shredder residue in which a small amount of metal scrap is allegedly present," according to a filing Tuesday by Schnitzer Steel Hawaii Corp., the local division of Portland, Ore.-based Schnitzer Steel.....
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