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Articles by Carolina Curiel

Carolina Curiel
Carolina Curiel
Carolina has been with Scrap Monster since its early days and has participated in Project development, Social Media management, Ecommerce management, and writes weekly on topics related to the Recycling industry. As a creative mind, Carolina focuses on topics such recycling tips, recycling behaviors, creativity within the recycling industry, and market trends. With a technical background, she has worked in digital projects for over 15 years. Her work can be seen on major news networks and on the ScrapMonster news sections.
17th August, 2022-North American Copper Scrap Prices Slumped on Index

17th August, 2022-North American Copper Scrap Prices Slumped on Index

Sheet Metal, Shredded Auto Scrap and Structural Steel also saw no change in prices when compared with the previous day.
Trinidad government shuts down scrap metal industry amid widespread theft

Trinidad government shuts down scrap metal industry amid widespread theft

The Trinidad & Tobago government announced a six-month ban on the exportation of old and scrap metals on Monday, even as the Scrap Iron Dealers Association, SIDA, said it was prepared to take legal action against the move.
11th August, 2022: North American Scrap Metal Prices Soared on Index

11th August, 2022: North American Scrap Metal Prices Soared on Index

201 SS prices inched higher by $0.01 per Lb on Index.
8th August, 2022: North American Copper Scrap Prices Surged on Index

8th August, 2022: North American Copper Scrap Prices Surged on Index

309 SS and 310 SS prices saw no change in price on a daily basis.
4th August, 2022: North American Copper Scrap Prices Surged on Index

4th August, 2022: North American Copper Scrap Prices Surged on Index

Harness Wire 35% Recovery and Heater cores prices were flat on Index.
Copper heads for worst weekly loss in a year, nickel and tin plunge

Copper heads for worst weekly loss in a year, nickel and tin plunge

Copper prices were on Friday set for their biggest weekly fall in a year, down around 6.5%, as investors worried that efforts by central banks to stem inflation will stifle global economic growth and reduce demand for metals.
Why iron-ore prices are on track to suffer their largest monthly loss on record

Why iron-ore prices are on track to suffer their largest monthly loss on record

Iron-ore prices touched record highs this year, but look to suffer their biggest monthly loss ever as China’s curbs on carbon emissions include limits on the output of steel, hurting demand for the raw material used to produce it.
Steel producer starts construction on Kentucky plant

Steel producer starts construction on Kentucky plant

Steel producer Nucor Corp. has broken ground as construction begins on its new $1.7 billion manufacturing mill in Kentucky.

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