New Metal Service Center to Serve Southeast

North Carolina Webpage is Online Exchange Venue for Recycables, Other Waste

Harris Appoints Two

Weyerhaeuser Reports 40 Percent Recycled Use Rate

Pacific Rim Introduces New Crusher Line

             


New Metal Service Center to Serve Southeast

Houston, TX - Jenks Metals LLC has purchased the assets of Metals USA's specialty metals operation in Orlando, Florida, according to Jenks' president and CEO, Lee Feiereisen.

The new operation, according to Bill Hollingsed, vice president and COO of Jenks Metals LLC, will supply carbon, alloy steel, aluminum, stainless steel and brass plate, sheet, bar, extrusions, pipe, tubing and other forms to customers in the southeastern United States.

Mr. Feiereisen had served as executive vice-president, Independent Metals, while Mr. Hollingsed was formerly vice president, Jenks Metals Inc., before both joined Metals USA in various capacities in the late nineties.

 


North Carolina Webpage is Online Exchange Venue for Recycables, Other Waste

Raleigh, NC - North Carolina's new online marketplace for discarded or surplus materials is now available. The N.C. Division of Pollution Prevention and Environmental Assistance (DPPEA) has developed NC WasteTrader (www.ncwastetrader.org), an online exchange for recyclable commodities and other waste materials for use by North Carolina businesses, industries and local governments.

Listing waste and byproducts that are often sent to landfills with NC WasteTrader is one way in which companies can divert their waste to be reused by others rather than sent for disposal. The exchange also reduces reliance on disposal as the preferred option for managing hazardous wastes. Participants can list waste materials and byproducts that they have available, as well as list materials that they use and want. Commodities such as post-industrial plastic, wood, metal, chemicals, rubber, electronics scrap and more will be up for trade on NC WasteTrader.

 


Harris Appoints Two

Peachtree City, GA - The Harris Waste Management Group, Inc. Peachtree City, Georgia, has named A. Douglas Sebastian, vice president of ferrous sales and marketing, and Coleen Helland senior marketing coordinator.

Mr. Sebastian was previously vice president of parts and project services for Harris and has an extensive background in the recycling/solid waste field. He previously held an executive position with TOMRA North America, Alcoa Recycling and Metal Management, Inc., as well as a previous tenure with Harris Press and Shear.

Coleen Helland, CTSM has been promoted to the newly created position of senior marketing coordinator- trade and fulfillment. Coleen holds the professional designation of Certified Trade Show Marketer (CTSM). She has been with Harris in their Peachtree City corporate office since 1995. In her position, Ms. Helland will be responsible for directing all trade show activities for Harris and will be accountable for managing Harris' media contacts.

 


Weyerhaeuser Reports 40 Percent Recycled Use Rate

Federal Way, WA - Weyerhaeuser company released its 2001 Annual Environment, Health and Safety Performance Report, including its recycled fiber collection and recycled content for paper products. The numbers reported do not include information from Willamette which was recently purchased by Weyerhaeuser.

In 2001, Weyerhaeuser collected 4.7 million tons of paper and reused 2.6 million tons in its production process. The company's overall recycled content used for paper products was reported at 40 percent.

 


Pacific Rim Introduces New Crusher Line

Florida - Pacific Rim Crushers, manufactured in England, is introducing its track-mounted line-up of crushers to North America. The complete line includes jaws, horizontal impactors, vertical shaft impactors, and soon will include cones and screening equipment. All units are fitted with vibrating grizzly feeders or feed hoppers and come in a variety of models and sizes.

Track-mounted crushers offer portability because they are transported like an excavator on tracks. They are self-powered and ready to crush within minutes.