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John Lawrie Metals Supports Reigning Scottish Rally Champion

John Lawrie Metals Supports Reigning Scottish Rally Champion

August 10, 2022
Metals

John Lawrie Metals is delighted to be supporting British Rally Championship front-runner Garry Pearson as he returns to the Banchory-based Voyonic Grampian Forest Rally gravel stages this weekend.

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John Lawrie Metals expands its decommissioning facility at Montrose Port

John Lawrie Metals expands its decommissioning facility at Montrose Port

June 17, 2022

John Lawrie Metals Ltd, the leading metal recycling and processing company in the north and northeast of Scotland, has announced the expansion of its dedicated decommissioning facility at Montrose Port. 

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ArcelorMittal acquires metal recycling business, John Lawrie Metals Ltd

ArcelorMittal acquires metal recycling business, John Lawrie Metals Ltd

March 1, 2022
Metals

ArcelorMittal, the leading steel company, has acquired Scottish metal recycling business John Lawrie Metals Ltd. as part of the company’s strategy of increasing the use of scrap steel to lower CO2 emissions from steelmaking.

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John Lawrie Metals Ltd Certified to ISO 50001:2018

John Lawrie Metals Ltd Certified to ISO 50001:2018

February 15, 2022
Metals

Following a thorough audit, John Lawrie Metals Ltd is pleased to announce that it has been successfully certified to ISO50001 Energy Management, making it the first metal recycling business in the UK to do so.

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Zero Waste Scotland’s Report on scrap flows fundamentally flawed

Zero Waste Scotland’s Report on scrap flows fundamentally flawed

December 14, 2021

The Scottish Policy Group (SPG) of the British Metals Recycling Association (BMRA) has called on Zero Waste Scotland (ZWS) to withdraw its report entitled How should Scotland Manage its Scrap Steel? citing serious concerns with its accuracy.

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John Lawrie Metals' Response to Zero Waste Scotland Report

John Lawrie Metals' Response to Zero Waste Scotland Report

November 23, 2021

Zero Waste Scotland (ZWS) recently published a report entitled “How Should Scotland Manage Its Scrap Steel” as environmental justification for a steel mill to be built at a location in Scotland, yet to be determined.

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Alistair Addy – MSc Decommissioning, University of Aberdeen

Alistair Addy – MSc Decommissioning, University of Aberdeen

October 13, 2021

At John Lawrie Metals (JLM) we are acutely aware of the benefits of continuous professional development amongst our team and that’s why we are delighted to be supporting one of our employees with his career progression as he works towards achieving a MSc in Decommissioning from the University of Aberdeen.

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John Lawrie Metals Wins Metal Recycling Business of the Year 2021

John Lawrie Metals Wins Metal Recycling Business of the Year 2021

July 22, 2021
Metals

John Lawrie Metals Ltd, the decommissioning and metal recycling experts, has been named Metal RecyclingBusiness of the Year at the 2021 Awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management.

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John Lawrie Metals Strengthens Decommissioning Capabilities with Two New Quayside Facilities

John Lawrie Metals Strengthens Decommissioning Capabilities with Two New Quayside Facilities

July 15, 2021
Metals

John Lawrie Metals Ltd, the decommissioning and metal recycling experts, has today announced two new quayside decommissioning facilities in the North East of Scotland.

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John Lawrie Metals highlights the dangers of discarded lithium ion batteries

John Lawrie Metals highlights the dangers of discarded lithium ion batteries

July 6, 2021
Metals

Between April 2019 and March 2020, lithium-ion batteries were suspected to have caused around 250 fires at waste facilities. That is 38% of all fires, up from 25% compared to the previous year, according to the latest data from Environmental Services Association (ESA).

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