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How Industrial Magnets Help Build Greener Roads

When President Dwight Eisenhower signed the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956, he probably never envisioned that the road system the act created would be maintained through the use of recycled concrete.

Use of Recycled Materials in U.S. Highways at All-Time High
Thirty-eight states recycle concrete as an aggregate base; 11 states recycle it into new portland cement […]

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Cool Look at Industrial Magnets at Work Inside E-Waste Recycling Plant

Computers. Laptops. Mobile devices. Printers. Our eletronics have seemingly short lifespans, and as these devices become more entrenched in our everyday lifes, piles of dead technology are growing. But, most of the materials in our electronic devices still have value once they go kaput.

By 2016, an 93.5 million tons of e-waste valued at more than $20 […]

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Helping America’s #1 Snack Nut Make It To Market

Peanuts aren’t just delicious, they also contribute more than $4 billion to the U.S. economy annually. But did you know, industrial magnets play a vital role in the production of America’s #1 snack nut.

It takes about 540 peanuts to make a jar of peanut butter. But before the nuts can be ground up and jarred, […]

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When it Comes to Forklift Magnets, There’s No Comparison

When it comes to size, functional lifting weight, and construction, nothing beats our “Enforcer” Forklift Magnet. It truly is the strongest forklift magnet available. Nothing offers the lifting power of the Enforcer.

We developed the Enforcer to solve the problem of removing both bulk metal trash and large amounts of small ferrous metal trash.  This magnet […]

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Fast Facts About Scrap Recycling

Scrap is more than just metal. It’s a term used to describe all those recyclable materials that are left over from manufacturing and consumption. It’s metal, plastic, paper, glass, electronics, tires and rubber, and also textiles. The challenge with scrap is that these components need to be separated from each other so they can be […]

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