Scrap News

  • Non-Ferrous Scrap: The Pros & Cons in 2016

    by georgy - April 06, 2016 7571 Views

    During the course of 2015, the prices of Copper, Aluminum and Nickel were on a downward trend in London Metal Exchange (LME), with the price of Nickel dropping most significantly, having Read more

    Posted in : Metal
  • Ferrous Scrap: Metal Proving Mettle

    by georgy - March 20, 2016 4897 Views

    Improved conditions finally observed in global steel market are better as demand is steady or has edged up.  There’s good news on demand side, the long steel products market had Read more

    Posted in : Metal
  • Will Plunged Metal Scrap Be Recovered?

    by georgy - March 09, 2016 6361 Views

    A most valuable industry is drowned into peril as the life is slowly squeezed from it by slowing demand and a flood of cheap imports as the government is a mere onlooker. The plunging oil Read more

    Posted in : Metal
  • Does 2016 look “Blue”?

    by georgy - March 04, 2016 5838 Views

    The current economic health of China is considered as one of the major factor, by a majority of the recyclers, for the weakening of nonferrous scrap markets. Adding to this factor, is the Read more

    Posted in : Metal
  • The Need & Importance for Recycling E-Waste

    by georgy - February 25, 2016 7833 Views

    The Need for Recycling Electronic Scrap: Today electronic and electrical gadgets are progressively a part of our life. In order to ensure that they have only a minimum impact on Read more

    Posted in : Electronics
  • Recycling of High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)

    by georgy - February 18, 2016 9118 Views

    Introduction to HDPE High-Density Polyethylene or HDPE is a plastic polymer with flexible properties which make it useful for a wide range of applications. High-density polyethylene, as Read more

    Posted in : Plastic
  • Recycled Rubber: A Break Through for Seismic Buildings

    by georgy - February 14, 2016 4526 Views

    In recent years, the disposal of scrap tyres has become a significant environmental problem. 800 millions of scrap tyres are disposed every year worldwide as a consequence of the huge increase in Read more

    Posted in : Rubber
  • Global Scrap Market 2016: Blissful or Painful? – An In-depth Analysis of Indian Scrap Market

    by georgy - January 27, 2016 8159 Views

    As the New Year, 2016 dawned on the horizon; everyone had a great anticipation that unlike the nightmare of 2015, this New Year would be Great, Prosperous, Blissful, Healthy, Bright, and Read more

    Posted in : General
  • Glass Recycling: Creating No Additional Waste

    by georgy - January 20, 2016 6599 Views

    Glass is made from all-natural sustainable raw materials. It is the preferred packaging for consumers’ concerned about their health and the environment. Consumers prefer glass Read more

    Posted in : Glass
  • Recycling Scrap Metal: The Benefits

    by georgy - January 18, 2016 4396 Views

    We might be probably aware of the existence of scrap metal recycling industry globally on a large-scale and might be surprised by its size and scope as well. These days with the modern Read more

    Posted in : Metal

    by georgy - January 13, 2016 4144 Views

    If wood is considered as the world's most versatile natural material, then nylon is considered to be probably the most useful synthetic material. It's a plastic that can be molded Read more

    Posted in : Nylon
  • YUAN STORM: Chinese Stock Plunge

    by georgy - January 08, 2016 4926 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