|May 13, 2018. Bill Moore quoted in the Wall Street Journal.
“Recycling, Once Embraced by Businesses and Environmentalists, Now Under Siege: Local officials raise fees and send recyclables to landfills as economics erode”, Bob Tita, May 13, 2018
|June 7, 2018. Bill Moore speaks at the Asian Paper Show Conference in Bangkok.
“World Recovered Paper Markets”; Bill Moore, President, Moore & Associates
|Tuesday, August 7, 2018 to Thursday, August 9, 2018. Bill Moore will be teaching sessions at the 2018 Fiber Recycling Course held at Western Michigan University.
This course is designed for the newcomer to the paper recycling industry, as well as those with experience who wish to broaden and update their knowledge and understanding of the basics of recycled fiber collection, processing, use and market drivers. This is a 2.5-day course held in beautiful Kalamazoo Michigan, on WMU’s Engineering Campus.
|October 18, 2018. Bill Moore speaks at the Capital Markets Conference in Chicago.
Recycling markets have always been dynamic, and today they have changed significantly. In this session, industry insiders will provide a look at current and future market drivers.
|October 19, 2018. Bill Moore moderates at the Paper and Plastics Recycling Conference, North America in Chicago.
“OCC and the Future of China’s Paper Business”, Bill Moore, President, Moore & Associates
China’s hunger for North American OCC is not as intense as it once was. We’ll look at the potential future scenarios for China’s demand for OCC as well as for mixed paper substitutes, residential mixed paper pulp and unbleached kraft pulp, and the country’s ability to use internally generated material. Speakers also examine the effect that China’s scrap import policies are having on the country’s paper industry.
|November 6, 2018. Bill Moore moderates at the Paper and Plastics Recycling Conference, Europe in Prague, Czech Republic.
“Let’s Talk About Quality,” Bill Moore, President, Moore & Associates
A panel consisting of mill buyers and recovered fiber shippers will engage in a likely spirited discussion of trends in quality measurement and monitoring and the state of Europe’s recovered fiber quality.