Scrap Handling Equipment
- Focus on: Slitters and scrap choppers. // Metal Center News;Feb98, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p75
Features slitters and scrap choppers available in the market. Includes products from Braner USA Inc., D&H Machinery Inc., Gerrard & Co. and Thyssen Steels EBG.
- Scrapyard shunters. // Railways Illustrated;Feb2009, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p48
The article discusses the use of shunters in scrap metal industry in Great Britain. It focuses on the use of 0-6-0DH Sentinel 10140/19620 shunter by scrap metal company Sims Metal at Nottingham, England. The company bought its shunter from Wilmott Brothers in August 2001. The locomotive was...
- Polishing your scrap management policy. Serlin., Marsha // Supervision;Mar97, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p8
Offers advice concerning with the evaluation of scrap metal reclamation program. Necessity of getting a fair price for scrap metals; Creation of an efficient and safe internal scrap operation; Evaluation of the non-monetary benefits of the scrap program.
- Reused autos. Gargaro, Paul // Crain's Detroit Business;8/28/95, Vol. 11 Issue 35, p1
Reports that researchers at the University of Detroit Mercy's Polymer Institute (UDM) have developed new uses for nonmetal scrap after cars are shredded or automotive shredded residue (ASR). Various uses of nonmetal scrap; Logic behind the UDM research; Its impact on the car disposal industry. ...
- Scrap metal sees smooth sailing. Wiley, Walt // Waste News;12/16/96, Vol. 2 Issue 31, p13
Focuses on the scrap-metal business in relation with the San Francisco Bay area, in Oakland, California. Information on the Schnitzer Steel Industries Incorporated; Indication that the Schnitzer Steel headquarters in Portland, Oregon has more deep-water scrap terminals; Comments from Gary...
- Scrap metal recycling plant for Guaynabo. Rodriguez, Meriemil // Caribbean Business;4/13/95, Vol. 23 Issue 15, p4
No abstract available.
- Cars to cash. // Garbage;Apr/May93, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p16
Features a program in Kentucky which aids community groups and creates jobs for local drivers by selling and recycling scrap metals from abandoned cars. Cost per vehicle; Amount raised through the program over the last 20 years.
- Risky business. McMullen, Cheryl A. // Waste News;11/15/99, Vol. 5 Issue 27, p5
Reports on the risks and advantages of recovering ferrous and nonferrous metals from waste-to-energy ash. Expensive long-distance hauling; Influence of market conditions on revenues from metal sales.
- Scrap plan sparks concerns. Greczyn, Mary // Waste News;01/06/97, Vol. 2 Issue 33, p1
Reports that the United States Environmental Protection Agency is updating its 1974 policy on recycling metal with low levels of radioactive contamination. Steps taken by the Department of Energy and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission on recycling radioactive contaminated metal; Concern being...