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Crain's Detroit Business (08/24/14) Haimerl, Amy

Massive flooding in Detroit earlier this month has resulted in a torrent of material coming into the city's scrapyards. GLE Scrap Metal, which has three scrapyards in the Detroit metro area, normally handles about 500,000 pounds ...
Logan Banner (WV) (08/20/14) Sparks, Martha

Joseph Stevens has stepped up to help Logan County, W.Va., residents and businesses dispose of obsolete electronics because no one else responded to the state's ban on discarding them in landfills. Stevens launched Ogre Recycling abou...
Automotive News (08/18/14) Sedgwick, David

Novelis is conducting final tests on a new automotive aluminum recycling line that will process scrap from Ford Motor Co. The company has spent $50 million on its aluminum plant in Oswego, N.Y., to process scrap. Ford's stamping, blan...

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The Next Iron Age

Thirteen years ago, U.S. direct-reduced iron production came crashing to a halt. Now it’s back, with up to 12 million mt of production capacity coming online by 2020. Is this revival a game-changer for the U.S. and global steel industries, and what does that mean for ferrous scrap?

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