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recycler

(riːˈsaɪklə)
n
a person who recyclesa machine used for recycling
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This makes a software provider's reputation for follow-up and service a key element in a recycler's software search, Nicoli says.
An antifreeze recycler is a unit that recycles antifreeze and makes it reusable.
It may sound a bit of an exaggeration to say that recycling can change your life, but in very real ways, participating in the Master Recycler program has changed the lives of many.
In other cases, the recycler adds, the deals are less defined--exporters simply load containers with junk, and sell it by the pound to inexperienced buyers who don't know to negotiate content from the outset.
One recycler says, "Business will be strong to start off the year.
As an avid recycler, I know that what I have left for the trash is almost entirely plastics, so yes, pound for pound our trash is more toxic than nonrecyclers' trash.
"It was obvious that there was pretty good interest in OCC export," says one Midwestern recycler. "Things were getting strong and it's being reflected in [published prices]."
A mixed C&D recycler who is serving the boiler fuel market will most likely need a much different system than one who is serving the colored mulch market.
Lane County Waste Management provides a waste prevention and recycling education class to Lane County citizens through the Master Recycler Program.
One buyer of recycled resin says, "HDPE prices are holding steady because there is not a lot of wide-spec in the market." In addition, a recycler notes, "The waste collectors and waste haulers have seen virgin resin prices climb, and they are trying to get more money themselves, [TABULAR DATA OMITTED] so it's putting a lot of pressure on our business."
Fresno, Calif.-based Electronic Recyclers, which bills itself as the largest electronics recycler in California, has announced a partnership with the Burillo Azcarraga Group of Mexico to develop ERI Mexico.
"Recycled aggregates in general were developed to economically place these types of materials back into roads and building slabs," says one New Jersey recycler. "They were never intended to be utilized in areas where residential customers might leave them in exposed situations without a concrete or asphalt cap."

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