Hartford Iron & Metal has been fined $60,000 and ordered to stop discharging PCB-contaminated stormwater into the city’s sewers.
Several scrap processing and consuming companies have been honored by business information company Platts as part of its Global Metals Awards program.
A tractor-trailer hauling scrap metal overturned Friday morning on the Tappan Zee Bridge, snarling traffic for a time in both directions.
A fire that broke out in a Joliet junkyard Thursday evening was put out within an hour thanks to the help of the junkyard’s owner.
The Verkhovna Rada on April 21 passed at second reading bill No. 3868 amending some Ukrainian laws on reducing the shortage of scrap ferrous metal on the domestic market.
Taiwan’s steel scrap imports soared higher significantly during the month of March this year. The imports totaled 227,000 tons, up by 16% month-on-month.
The Mississippi Secretary of State has fined a Decatur scrap metal yard for violating the requirements of the Mississippi Scrap Metal Dealer Act of 2008.
Northern Mariana Islands is to introduce a new legislation that aims to curb copper-wire theft.
Crews are responding to a fire at a recycling facility in Coldwater Friday evening.
An Apalachin man has admitted illegally pocketing $8,200 from sale of leftover copper used in construction of the East Campus dormitories at Binghamton University.