ISRI adds stainless from shredder, called Zurik, to specifications list

Nov 12, 2007 | 09:59 AM | Paul Schaffer

The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries' spring ceremony for baptizing new specifications has been made obsolete by digital publishing, so ISRI isn't waiting until then to recognize Zurik, which is stainless steel from shredders.

Until now, ISRI's directors have issued new specs only when an annual printed edition of its Scrap Specifications Circular is due out. But as the industry has gotten used to relying on the virtual edition, in pdf format, the delay seemed unnecessary.....

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