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Sims Metal Management Limited, a metal and electronics recycler and services provider, celebrated 100 years in the recycling business. Since its inception in 1917, a company started by Albert Sims with a single small yard in Sydney, Australia has evolved into a global business. Over that time, the company has recycled more than 250 million tons of metal and generated revenue of over $100 billion.

Sims Metal Management is a publicly-listed metals and electronics recycler, and an emerging player in the municipal recycling and renewable energy industry, backed by over 4,500 skilled employees across 200 facilities in over 20 countries.

Published in the November 2017 Edition of American Recycler News

ENGIE North America has acquired six mechanical services companies from the Talen Energy Group. The companies, B-G Mechanical Contractors, B-G Mechanical Services, Elmsford Sheet Metal Works, Inc., Fred Williams, Inc., H.T. Lyons, and TryState Mechanical are based in Pennsylvania, New York, and New England and together employ 750 people.

This acquisition provides ENGIE a platform to deliver mechanical contracting services to commercial and industrial and public sector customers in a dynamic region characterized by high energy intensity and seasonal demand, with a complementary commercial and regulatory framework that supports energy efficiency and carbon reduction. These companies have direct relationships with owners and operators of complex  mechanical systems to provide them with a single point of contact for a range of services.

Published in the November 2017 Edition of American Recycler News

In response to strong domestic demand for its unique ALLU Transformer material processing attachments, ALLU Inc. has opened a new facility in New Jersey.

Located in East Brunswick, New Jersey, the new location will create additional warehouse capacity for aftermarket parts and factory space to increase product inventory by local assembly.

The move will allow ALLU’s North American subsidiary to offer remanufacture and re-certification of pre-owned buckets, providing customers and end users with more choices and flexibility. The new facility also provides expanded office and service training space.

Published in the November 2017 Edition of American Recycler News

Masaba, Inc., a manufacturer of aggregate material handling solutions, has hired Andrew Wells as their new regional sales manager for the southwest U.S.

With more than 12 years of experience in the conveying equipment and component industry, Wells is excited to further grow his knowledge with Masaba.

Wells has lived and worked in three different states across the U.S., and spent four years in Western Canada. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in business with a focus on marketing and economics from the University of Texas at Arlington.

Published in the November 2017 Edition of American Recycler News

Holt Cat® will offer Metso’s crushing and screening products to contractors and recyclers covering 118 counties in Texas.

Holt Cat is the largest Caterpillar dealer in the U.S. Holt sells, services and rents Cat equipment, engines and generators for construction, mining and agricultural applications.

Published in the November 2017 Edition of American Recycler News

The National Waste and Recycling Association (NWRA) announced Brandon Wright as communications director.

Wright comes to the association from Maryland state government where he was most recently chief of staff at the Maryland Department of Planning and served in a senior leadership role at the Maryland Department of Health with oversight of communications and policy development for 20 health licensing boards.

Wright has also served as communications director at the Petroleum Marketers Association of America and led communications efforts on several successful advocacy initiatives in Annapolis, Maryland.

Published in the November 2017 Edition of American Recycler News