Scrap

  • ISRI's Reiter appointed to NRC board Dec 22, 2010

    Mark Reiter, assistant vice president and chief lobbyist for the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, has been appointed to the board of directors of the National Recycling Coalition (NRC).

  • CMC sees scrap prices climbing even higher Dec 21, 2010

    Commercial Metals Co. (CMC) was caught off guard by the velocity of the scrap price run-up during the final months of 2010, the company said Tuesday, adding that domestic producers who were too conservative in their melting forecasts helped propel the price gains.

  • CMC surprised by pace of scrap's climb, sees more increases ahead Dec 21, 2010

    Commercial Metals Co. (CMC) was caught off guard by the velocity of the scrap price run-up during the final months of 2010, the company said Tuesday, adding that domestic producers who were too conservative in their melting forecasts helped propel the price gains.

  • Commercial Metals swings to profit Dec 21, 2010

    Commercial Metals Co. on Tuesday reported a fiscal first-quarter profit of $700,000, reversing a $31.2-million loss in the year-ago period.

  • Commercial Metals swings to profit Dec 21, 2010

    Commercial Metals Co. on Tuesday reported a fiscal first-quarter profit of $700,000, reversing a $31.2-million loss in the year-ago period.

  • Aluminum scrap prices jump again as dealers pull out of market Dec 21, 2010

    Aluminum scrap tags continued to trek higher this week after some dealers pulled away from the market and buyers were forced to be more competitive on prices.

  • US district court drops BAN suit Dec 21, 2010

    A federal court dismissed Basel Action Network’s (BAN) lawsuit against the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) and International Association of Electronic Recyclers alleging ISRI’s “controversial use of its generic certification mark” for its Certified Electronics Recycler program.

  • Aluminum scrap prices jump again as dealers pull out of market Dec 21, 2010

    Aluminum scrap tags continued to trek higher this week after some dealers pulled away from the market and buyers were forced to be more competitive on prices.

  • California scrap executive seeks venue change in suit Dec 21, 2010

    A Californian scrap executive has asked a federal court in Washington state to move a breach of contract suit filed against him by a scrap trader to California.

  • Calif. scrap executive seeks venue change in lawsuit Dec 21, 2010

    A Californian scrap executive has asked a federal court in Washington state to move a breach of contract suit filed against him by a scrap trader to California.

  • US district court dismisses BAN lawsuit against ISRI Dec 21, 2010

    A federal court has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Basel Action Network against the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries and the International Association of Electronic Recyclers.

  • ArcelorMittal moves to brake sheet hikes Dec 20, 2010

    ArcelorMittal USA is moving to slow the rapid run-up in steel sheet pricing by guaranteeing customers it will hold the line on pricing through the end of March.

  • Domestic zorba drops, fails to follow export prices Dec 20, 2010

    Domestic prices for zorba, a shredded aluminum scrap product, fell this month despite a spike in export prices as local supply chased weak demand, market participants told AMM.

  • Domestic zorba falls, fails to follow rise in export tags Dec 20, 2010

    Domestic prices for zorba, a shredded aluminum scrap product, fell this month despite a spike in export prices as local supply chased weak demand, market participants told AMM.

  • WeRecycle! seeking to join NY’s new e-cycling program Dec 20, 2010

    Electronic waste recycler WeRecycle! LLC said it has filed for permission to serve as a third-party collector of discarded electronic products under New York State’s new Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act.

  • Feinberg agrees to $42,000 fine for alleged violations Dec 20, 2010

    Iowa recycler Feinberg Metals Recycling Corp. will pay $42,000 in fines to settle alleged violations of stormwater permits and appliance disposal at its two facilities in Madison and Lockridge.

  • Sims buys New York scrapyard Dec 20, 2010

    Sims Metal Management said Monday that its North American metals division has acquired the assets of Crash’s Scrap Metals Inc.

  • Judge clears Pick-A-Part’s outdoor crushing Dec 20, 2010

    Virginia auto salvager Pick-A-Part will be allowed to continue crushing cars outdoors after a judge ruled that the crushing activities are not considered industrial processing.

  • Sims MM acquires New York scrapyard Dec 20, 2010

    Sims Metal Management said Monday that its North American metals division has acquired the assets of Crash’s Scrap Metals Inc.

  • Feinberg agrees to $42,000 fine for alleged stornwater, storage violations Dec 20, 2010

    Iowa recycler Feinberg Metals Recycling Corp. will pay $42,000 in fines to settle alleged violations of stormwater permits and appliance disposal at its two facilities in Madison and Lockridge.

  • Pick-A-Part can continue outdoor crushing Va. judge Dec 20, 2010

    Virginia auto salvager Pick-A-Part will be allowed to continue crushing cars outdoors after a judge ruled that the crushing activities are not considered industrial processing.

  • WeRecycle! seeking to join NY's new e-cycling program Dec 20, 2010

    Electronic waste recycler WeRecycle! LLC said it has filed for permission to serve as a third-party collector of discarded electronic products under New York State’s new Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act.

  • Aluminum puck values jump in Boeing auction for 1st quarter Dec 17, 2010

    Winning bids for aluminum scrap to be generated at Boeing Co.’s facilities in Washington state during the first quarter of 2011 rose sharply from fourth-quarter levels, with briquetted borings logging gains ranging from 8.4 to 21.7 percent.

  • Aluminum scrap exports inch higher Dec 17, 2010

    U.S. exports of aluminum scrap recovered slightly in October, with demand from South Korea and India increasing as Chinese orders remained flat.

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