Scrap News

  • YUAN STORM: Chinese Stock Plunge

    by georgy - January 08, 2016 3875 Views

    China has once again played its cards smartly today to devaluate its currency.  You may ask me why? Well, currency devaluation is a desperate last minute move to boost growth that Read more

    Posted in : General
  • Glass Scrap: The Importance of Glass Recycling

    by georgy - January 06, 2016 3952 Views

    Glass Scrap Waste Glass constitutes just one fraction of societies’ complex waste stream. Glass has been amongst the most successfully recycled components of the waste stream. Glass Read more

    Posted in : Glass
  • Steel Scrap Market: Turkey, The Game Setter

    by georgy - January 04, 2016 6152 Views

    Today the Turkish Steel Industry is the world's eighth and Europe's second biggest steel producer, accounting for one fifth of global scrap imports on its own, Turkish steel industry Read more

    Posted in : Metal
  • Plastic scrap roads through the Himalayas

    by georgy - December 30, 2015 4795 Views

    Bhutan, situated in South Asia, is a small Buddhist country on footsteps of the Himalayas between India and China, and is home to some 780,000 people.  It is amazing to know that this Read more

    Posted in : Plastic
  • Plastic Bottles: what’s the big deal with water bottles made out of plastic?

    by georgy - December 22, 2015 4562 Views

    Let’s delve into the details away from the shore. Drinking water from plastic water bottles gained enormous popularity for two reasons. Firstly, the marketers of bottled water were Read more

    Posted in : Plastic
  • Rubber Scrap - The Unique Strategy for Tyre Scrap Management

    by georgy - December 21, 2015 3281 Views

    What is Rubberized Asphalt Concrete? Rubberized Asphalt Concrete (commonly known as RAC) is an innovative material for paving roads, which is made by blending ground-up tires scrap with Read more

    Posted in : Rubber
  • E-WASTE – Recycling or Disposal, It’s a Challenge

    by georgy - December 19, 2015 3575 Views

    Defining  E-WASTE E-waste is defined as old, end-of-life electronic appliances such as computers, laptops, TVs, DVD players, mobile phones, mp3 players, etc., which have been discarded after Read more

    Posted in : Electronics
  • Plastic Roads- A Revolutionary Idea

    by georgy - December 18, 2015 6110 Views

    The innovative idea of laying roads using plastic scrap is not a new concept. Recent research in this field has shown some hope in terms of using plastic-waste in road construction, this could Read more

    Posted in : Plastic

    by georgy - December 16, 2015 3998 Views

    Aluminum Beverage Cans began to be used in the United States in the early 1960s. In 1968, several aluminum producers, notably Reynolds Metals Company, being aware of the value of the metal in the Read more

    Posted in : Aluminium
  • NYLON - Garbage to Gears

    by georgy - December 15, 2015 2980 Views

    70 year ago the U.S. chemical giant DuPont announced the significant invention in the history of industrial research":  NYLON. According to them it is as strong as steel and fine as a Read more

    Posted in : Nylon
  • PET Plastic: Pet Me, Iam Not a waste

    by georgy - December 11, 2015 3451 Views

    What is the ‘DESTINY’ of a plastic bottle after its use? Does it end up, only finding itself in a landfill, or can we use it to make something else? Everything we buy has a Read more

    Posted in : Plastic
  • Scrapping Wealth From Waste

    by georgy - December 10, 2015 6353 Views

    Are you confused to sort out the waste problem and need ground breaking ideas on how to deal with it? Are you looking to make money as well? There’s a huge amount of waste being generated in Read more

    Posted in : General