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Industry News

  • People - July/August 2015

    Liberty Tire Recycling has appointed Scott W. Whitney as CEO. Whitney will succeed Bill Fry, who served as CEO through the company’s successful financial restructuring, completed in March 2015. The recapitalization of the company involved Third Avenue Management LLC, Redwood Capital Management LLC and Knighthead Capital Management LLC, among others.

     
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  • Terex Makes Another Acquisition

    Terex Materials Processing, a business segment of Terex Corp. acquired the assets related to the Environmental Technology product lines of Neuson Ecotec GmbH (an Austrian company). This acquisition marks further expansion of the Terex Environmental Equipment (TEE) business unit, closely following the purchase of the assets of Continental Biomass Industries (CBI) in April.

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  • Turner Gets Waste Tracking Program

    9 Turner 150Turner Construction Co. announced the company has implemented TurnerTracker, a new, cloud-based tool for tracking construction waste diverted from landfills.

     
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  • EPA Releases Asbestos in Demolition Guideline

    The Inspector General of the Environmental Protection Agency recently released a report recommending the agency update its guidance with regard to the demolition of asbestos-contaminated buildings. Studies conducted by the Office of the Inspector General demonstrated the demolition of contaminated structures could pose a potential human health risk due to the release of asbestos fibers in runoff wastewater.

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  • Independence Demolition Adds New Office

    After nearly four years of supporting specialty demolition and general contracting needs in the western United States, Cleveland-based Independence Demolition established a permanent downtown Denver office as a base for its western operations. The firm’s Denver office houses three office staff with a 20- to 30-person crew, scalable to meet project staffing needs.

     
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  • Manufacturer News

    Global sensor-based sorting system manufacturer TOMRA Sorting Recycling is renaming its product portfolio as the business completes its rebranding process. Formerly known as TITECH, the business started to rebrand in February 2012 to align with its parent company, Norway-based TOMRA Systems ASA. In North America the line is represented by Van Dyk Recycling Solutions.

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  • Construction Spending Slips in March; Jobs Grow in 70% of Metros

    Construction spending in March totaled $967 billion at a seasonally adjusted annual rate, down 0.6% from the upwardly revised rate in February, but up 2.0% from March 2014, the Census Bureau reported. Because unseasonably mild or severe weather can distort monthly comparisons in winter, it is more revealing to compare year-to-date figures for January through March combined. On that basis, total spending increased 3.2% from the same months of 2014, private residential spending edged up 0.8%, private nonresidential spending increased 6.4% and public construction spending gained 1.7%.

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