Aluminum recycling's rise in the can
- Aluminum cans still a recycling favorite. // Beverage Industry;May96, Vol. 87 Issue 5, p13
Reports that Americans recycled nearly 63 billion aluminum cans in 1995.
- The aluminum can--the United States' most recycled package. Stack, E. Gifford // Beverage Industry;Sep96, Vol. 87 Issue 9, p32
Offers tips on aluminum can recycling. Aluminum cans as the most recycled package in the United States; Benefits of aluminum cans; Decline of the recylcing rate in 1995.
- Up-to-date facts about aluminum can recycling. // Beverage Industry;Sep96, Vol. 87 Issue 9, p32
Presents information about aluminum can recylcing. Percentage of the 100 billion aluminum cans produces that are recycled; Amount paid by the industry on recyclers in 1995; Recycled content of aluminum cans.
- Steel recovery up, aluminum can recycling dips. // BioCycle;Jun96, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p12
Reports that steel can recovery rose to 56 percent in 1995 while the aluminum can recycling rate dropped to 62 percent according to a report by the Steel Recycling Institute. Recovery of steel from recycled automobiles; Attribution of the drop of the recovery rate for aluminum cans.
- More aluminum from used cans. // USA Today Magazine;Jun95, Vol. 123 Issue 2601, p8
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- Recycling for a good cause. // Cats Magazine;Sep96, Vol. 52 Issue 9, p12
Reports on the Paws to Recycle aluminum can collection drive in the United States. Start of the campaign; Benefit for animal shelters.
- ALUMINUM CANS. Ramaley, Shirley Anne // Hopscotch;Dec2010/Jan2011, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p6
The article explains the process of recycling of aluminum cans in the U.S.
- Aluminum can recycling jumps 3 percent in U.S. // Waste News;03/09/98, Vol. 3 Issue 43, p21
Reports that a record 66.8 billion aluminum cans were recycled in the United States during 1997, a three-percent increase from the year before. Which organizations submitted the figures.
- Recycling steel from cans. // Foundry Management & Technology;Mar1997, Vol. 125 Issue 3, p50
Describes the re-tinning process discovered by researchers at the University of Connecticut in Storrs for recycling of aluminum cans. Advantages in the use of an alkaline electrochemical process in re-tinning; Need for the maintenance of pollution prevention aspects of the process.