ArcelorMittal acquires metal recycling business, John Lawrie Metals Ltd
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.
Zero Waste Scotland’s Report on scrap flows fundamentally flawed
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.
Alistair Addy – MSc Decommissioning, University of Aberdeen
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.
John Lawrie Metals highlights the dangers of discarded lithium ion batteries
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).