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The November/December issue of Scrap features a cover story on China’s export ban and other policy changes affecting its imports of scrap.

Nov22LUScrapCoverGet the background on what may have led to China’s actions and how ISRI is working to mitigate their impact on recyclers. Scrap will continue its coverage of this issue and its implications for the industry throughout 2018.

Other features in this issue:

  • Driver monitoring via cameras and electronic logging devices for training and protecting against false claims.
  • OSHA’s on-site consultation program, which improved safety and raised one company’s profile in its community.
  • Hiring workers who were incarcerated or are on parole. Two companies’ experiences and tips to make it work.
  • Lifting magnet attachments — are you using them, or abusing them?
  • Scrap: The Next Generation. What ISRI’s young executives think the next 30 years will bring.

Coming in the January/February issue are the 2018 market forecast, how China’s policies are affecting paper and plastics recyclers, the risks of recycling alternative fuel vehicles, multiprocessor attachments, and a preview of the ISRI2018 convention.

For more information, contact Scrap Editor-in-Chief Rachel H. Pollack at (202) 662-8543.

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