Scrap Magazine Equipment Focus: Paper Sorting

China‚Äôs import policy changes have closed off some markets for recovered fiber and raised the quality requirements of others. A variety of new separation technologies are offering MRFs hope that… You must be logged in…


Beverage carton recycler hopes for big expansion

By Ken McEntee Updated from an earlier article The Des Moines, Iowa-based ReWall Company, which turns recycled food and beverage cartons, mixed paper and plastic into environmentally friendly building materials,… You must be logged in…


ReWall to open Colorado plant

The DesMoines, Iowa-based ReWall Company, which turns recycled food and beverage cartons into environmentally friendly building materials, said it will open a new facility in Colorado that will expand end… You must be logged in…



India’s Astron starts new machine

Astron Paper & Board Mill Ltd., in Halvad, Gujarat, has begun commercial production of recycled Kraft paper on its new No. 2 paper machine, with a capacity of 36,300 short… You must be logged in…


The Market: OCC remains stable; SOP prices strong

By Ken McEntee Despite continued strong demand from domestic mills, continued curtailments on exports have kept old corrugated (OCC) prices in check, traders reported this month. Meanwhile, strong wood pulp… You must be logged in…


Nine Dragons buys another US mill

ND Paper LLC, a subsidiary of China’s Nine Dragons Paper (Holdings) Ltd., has entered into a definitive asset purchase agreement with OTM Holdings LLC, a subsidiary of CVG Inc. to… You must be logged in…


Ox Industries to make bid on Carthage Paperboard

WNYF-TV reported that Ox Industries, a family-owned company out of Pennsylvania, wants bankrupt Carthage Specialty Paperboard, of Carthage N.Y., in its portfolio. In business for 20 years, the company operates… You must be logged in…