Debut Bureau for International Recycling 02.03.2018 15:13 Major Cities Ramp-up for Global Recycling Day Cities across the world including Sao Paolo, Washington DC, Sydney, Delhi, Dubai and London are to celebrate the inaugural Global Recycling Day in two weeks time. read more … Worldwide Event Organised by the Bureau of International Recycling 22.02.2018 16:01 ISRI Backs First Ever Global Recycling Day Trade association, the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) has become the first Federation Partner for the first-ever Global Recycling Day. read more … Bureau of International Recycling to Lobby for Better Resource Management Globally 13.12.2017 14:08 BIR Manifesto: Seven Commitments to the ‘Seventh Resource’ The Bureau of International Recycling has launched a global Manifesto to demonstrate how the items we discard and the goods society recycles have the power to combat climate change and – potentially – change the world in which we live. read more … Calls for Chinese Government to Redefines “Carried Wastes” 08.12.2017 13:33 Bureau of International Recycling Responds to China WTO Notification Clarification about the GB Standards that accompanied the Chinese WTO notifications on 15 November 2017 has been called for by the Bureau of International Recycling. read more … Half of Global WEEE to be Produced in Asia-Pacific Region by 2025 30.10.2017 13:09 BIR Committee: Ambitious Plans to Tackle India’s Growing E-Waste Mountain Interested parties have until May 2018 to digest its contents of the Bureau of International Recycling E-Scrap Committee’s meta study of reliable generation and flow data ahead of a full discussion in Barcelona. read more … Negative Perception Remains Despite Evidence on Recycled Product 25.10.2017 11:16 No Health Risk from Recycled Tyre Rubber Crumb, BIR Conference Told “Extremely negative” publicity continues to surround the use of tyre-derived crumb rubber in synthetic turf despite evidence from all studies worldwide concluding there is no risk to human health, according to the Bureau of International Recycling. read more … World Steel Recycling in Figures 19.10.2017 10:57 BIR: More Balanced Ferrous Recycling Market Expected for Rest of Year Overall Scrap demand is healthy and volatility is expected to be lower than in previous months, it was reported to the latest BIR Ferrous Division meeting by board member Tom Bird. read more …
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