Maps, Lists & Web Extras

Construction & Demolition Recycling magazine's maps and lists, with additional information from sister publication Recycling Today:

20 Largest Recycled Aggregates Producers in the United States (published July/August 2013)

A list of the 20 largest recycled aggregates producers in the United States.

20 Largest Demolition Contractors (published November/December 2012)
A list of the 20 largest demolition contractors in the United States.

2012 State of the Industry Report

2012 State of the Construction and Demolition Recycling Industry Full Survey Results
C&DR has made available the full results of its state of the industry survey.

High-Volume Mixed C&D Sorting Facilities 2012 (published May/June 2012)
The largest high-volume mixed C&D recycling facilities in the United States.

Shingle Recyclers List (published November/December 2011)
A list of shingle recyclers in the United States.

From Recycling Today:

Wire Chopper Locations in North America (published October 2013)
North America's wire chopping operations listed by state and province. 

Largest Nonferrous Metal Recyclers (published March 2013)
A ranking of North America's largest nonferrous metals processors.

20 Largest Multinational Scrap Recyclers (published July 2012)
The 20 largest multi-national scrap recyclers as ranked by tons of ferrous scrap processed in 2011.

20 Largest Ferrous Scrap Recyclers in North America (published March 2012)
The largest ferrous scrap processors in North America as ranked by gross tons processed in 2011.

20 Largest Paper Stock Consumers in North America (published February 2012)
A ranking of the largest paper stock consumers in North America by tons consumed in 2011.

20 Largest Plastics Recyclers (published July 2011)
This list ranks the largest recyclers of postindustrial and postcommercial plastics in North America.

Extras, courtesy of Recycling Today:

Scrap Theft Compliance Chart (published October 2012)
This quick-reference chart summarizes the requirements of state regulations intended to curb materials theft.





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