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According to the Scrap Trends Outlook (Vol. 6, No. 2) - "Sideways to down market expected to hit in March". Pictured below are 10 things to watch for in March.
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We were honored to be invited to the Pillars Leadership Celebration! We loved hearing about how Pillars affects our local community with their women's shelter, youth bereavement program, and mental health services. ‪#‎Pillars‬ ‪#‎Community‬
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The students of Von Steuben High School and 47th Ward had a successful recycling event this weekend! Our Pink Lady was even able to make another appearance! ‪#‎Recycing‬ ‪#‎PinkLady‬ 
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Our Pink Lady is starting the week off at another customer! During the month of October we will donate 50% of profits for the materials recycled in our Pink Lady to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. ‪#‎PinkLady‬ ‪#‎SupportYourGirls‬ ‪#‎BreastCancerAwareness‬
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Our Pink Lady is on the move! Our driver, Jerry, is on his way to deliver her to one of our customer’s facilities. During the month of October we will donate 50% of profits for the materials recycled in our Pink Lady to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. 
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“The image of manufacturing . . . it’s dirty. You look at old photos, all you see is dirty faces,” said David Blackmon, a CPS employee. “It’s not that way anymore. It’s a thinking man’s job.”

Check out more about Manufacturing Day and what CPS students are learning about future of manufacturing.

http://chicago.suntimes.com/business/7/71/1008767/manufacturing-day-cps-students-ui-labs
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As we enter the Fall of 2015 the outlook for the scrap market and the metals industry in general is bleak to put it lightly. There are three main factors negatively affecting the industry. Click on our Latest News post below to find out of there is light at the end of the tunnel.
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October prices expected to drop again due to strong scrap supply and weak demand, finished steel goods sales are down, the strong U.S. dollar is effecting all aspects of business, and more. #ScrapMetal 

http://www.scrappricebulletin.com/
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