Up Close - Green, Sustainable NW - September 13, 2012
By Mike McLean
Of the Journal of Business
Pacific Steel & Recycling, the Great Falls, Mont.-based recycling company that got its start here, is installing a massive piece of equipment in Spokane that will increase by four times the company's capacity to process scrap iron destined to be melted down at steel mills and formed into new products.
The equipment includes a guillotine shear with a side-squeeze press that will be operated with a train car-sized hydraulic pumping system, says Steve Ball, incoming man...
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