Scrap

  • Military copper cable sold for scrap Oct 25, 2010

    An employee of a Defense Department contractor has admitted stealing copper cable worth more than $340,000 from the U.S. military and selling it to a recycler.

  • Military copper cable sold for scrap Oct 25, 2010

    An employee of a Defense Department contractor has admitted stealing copper cable worth more than $340,000 from the U.S. military and selling it to a recycler.

  • Up-and-down ferrous scrap market opens trucking rates to negotiation Oct 25, 2010

    A decline in ferrous scrap deliveries this month has left a cloud of uncertainty over transportation costs for trucks and rail, according to industry experts.

  • Up-and-down ferrous scrap market opens trucking rates to negotiation Oct 25, 2010

    A decline in ferrous scrap deliveries this month has left a cloud of uncertainty over transportation costs for trucks and rail, according to industry experts.

  • ARA raps automakers’ warranty threat Oct 22, 2010

    The Automotive Recyclers Association (ARA) has criticized Hyundai Motor America and American Honda Motor Co. Inc. for allegedly threatening to void vehicle warranties if recycled auto parts are used in repairs.

  • ARA raps automakers’ warranty threat Oct 22, 2010

    The Automotive Recyclers Association (ARA) has criticized Hyundai Motor America and American Honda Motor Co. Inc. for allegedly threatening to void vehicle warranties if recycled auto parts are used in repairs.

  • Mexico asked not to scrap tankers in Asia Oct 22, 2010

    The Basel Action Network (Ban) has asked the Mexican government to block the export of three aged oil tankers to shipbreaking yards in Asia.

  • Mexico asked not to scrap tankers in Asia Oct 22, 2010

    The Basel Action Network (Ban) has asked the Mexican government to block the export of three aged oil tankers to shipbreaking yards in Asia.

  • Scrap companies are still up for grabs, but no megadeals Oct 22, 2010

    Scrap companies are still merger and acquisition targets, but don’t expect to see megadeals like those of three or four years ago, an investment banker said at AMM’s Scrap and Scrap Substitutes Conference.

  • Scrap companies are still up for grabs, but no megadeals Oct 22, 2010

    Scrap companies are still merger and acquisition targets, but don’t expect to see megadeals like those of three or four years ago, an investment banker said at AMM’s Scrap and Scrap Substitutes Conference.

  • Calif. recycler accused of $7-million UBC fraud Oct 22, 2010

    Three people have been accused of a $7-million aluminum can recycling fraud in California.

  • Calif. recycler accused of $7-million UBC fraud Oct 22, 2010

    Three people have been accused of a $7-million aluminum can recycling fraud in California.

  • ARA raps automakers’ warranty threat Oct 22, 2010

    The Automotive Recyclers Association (ARA) has criticized Hyundai Motor America and American Honda Motor Co. Inc. for allegedly threatening to void vehicle warranties if recycled auto parts are used in repairs.

  • ARA raps automakers’ warranty threat Oct 22, 2010

    The Automotive Recyclers Association (ARA) has criticized Hyundai Motor America and American Honda Motor Co. Inc. for allegedly threatening to void vehicle warranties if recycled auto parts are used in repairs.

  • Mexico asked not to scrap tankers in Asia Oct 22, 2010

    The Basel Action Network (Ban) has asked the Mexican government to block the export of three aged oil tankers to shipbreaking yards in Asia.

  • Mexico asked not to scrap tankers in Asia Oct 22, 2010

    The Basel Action Network (Ban) has asked the Mexican government to block the export of three aged oil tankers to shipbreaking yards in Asia.

  • Scrap companies still up for grabs Oct 22, 2010

    Scrap companies are still merger and acquisition targets, but don’t expect to see megadeals like those of three or four years ago, an investment banker said at AMM’s Scrap and Scrap Substitutes Conference.

  • Scrap companies still up for grabs Oct 22, 2010

    Scrap companies are still merger and acquisition targets, but don’t expect to see megadeals like those of three or four years ago, an investment banker said at AMM’s Scrap and Scrap Substitutes Conference.

  • Pig iron output to fall short of needs Oct 21, 2010

    U.S. steelmakers shouldn’t count on receiving much additional pig iron from Brazil, one iron trader said. Nor should they expect the price to drop to pre-2004 levels.

  • Pig iron output to fall short of needs Oct 21, 2010

    U.S. steelmakers shouldn’t count on receiving much additional pig iron from Brazil, one iron trader said. Nor should they expect the price to drop to pre-2004 levels.

  • Sims anticipates 75 percent drop in income on higher sales Oct 21, 2010

    Sims Metal Management Ltd. is warning shareholders to expect a plunge in profits when it reports its quarterly results next week, blaming much of the decline on the weakness in the North American ferrous scrap market.

  • Sims anticipates 75 percent drop in income on higher sales Oct 21, 2010

    Sims Metal Management Ltd. is warning shareholders to expect a plunge in profits when it reports its quarterly results next week, blaming much of the decline on the weakness in the North American ferrous scrap market.

  • Nonferrous boosts Schnitzer earnings Oct 21, 2010

    Paced by record shipments of nonferrous scrap, Schnitzer Steel Industries Inc.’s net income soared in its fiscal fourth quarter. And while ferrous scrap volumes slipped slightly, the metals recycler looks for exports to support a rise in shipments in the current quarter.

  • Nonferrous boosts Schnitzer earnings Oct 21, 2010

    Paced by record shipments of nonferrous scrap, Schnitzer Steel Industries Inc.’s net income soared in its fiscal fourth quarter. And while ferrous scrap volumes slipped slightly, the metals recycler looks for exports to support a rise in shipments in the current quarter.

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