Recycled Metals Update (RMU), powered by CRU, introduced its newest subscription service tailored for the recycled metals community. According to a press release from the company, the RMU team plans to collect diverse perspectives and keep their fingers on the pulse of the market to inform business decisions, empowering users to leverage opportunities and reduce risk. RMU’s platform will provide insights and focus on issues impacting prices for ferrous and nonferrous metals, ore-based metallics, and logistics.

Designed to cater to the unique needs of members of organizations such as ISRI, the company is offering a 50% discount to all ISRI member companies with code ISRI_Members_2024.

RMU sees itself as a dynamic hub for cooperation and idea exchange through user benefits such as their monthly survey, which aims to foster collaboration among industry stakeholders on supply and demand, pricing and forecasting relevant to the ferrous recycled metals sector. Through this collaborative platform, the company claims members can benefit in driving innovation and advancement within the industry.

John Ball, President North America, at CRU said “RMU has access to a wide array of prices and data developed by CRU’s global experts, and together with our passionate team and contributing editors, we will provide a snapshot of the market to help identify inflection points and changing dynamics. This is a critical aspect of our circular economy and reinforces the value of recycled metals to the challenges of emissions reduction and decarbonization.”

Steve Miller, Advisor, at RMU said “After working in the recycled metals industry for more than 40 years, I understand the importance of independent and impartial data. RMU will provide valuable insights from all along the recycling supply chain, from manufacturing through processors to consumers like mills, extruders, and casters. But RMU is more than just a platform—it’s a community. We encourage you to actively participate by commenting on our posts, sharing our group with your colleagues, and contributing your own insights and experiences. Together, let’s shape the future of the recycled metals industry. Join us today and be part of the conversation.”

The company encourages organizations within the recycled metals industry, including ISRI, to join RMU at By doing so, the company says members gain access to essential market insights and become part of a vibrant community dedicated to driving industry growth and innovation.

Arnulfo Moreno

Arnulfo Moreno

Arnulfo Moreno is a Communications Manager at ISRI. He is fascinated by the innovation and sustainability found in the recycling industry. He graduated from The Catholic University of America where he majored in Media Studies and minored in Spanish. He lives in Chevy Chase, Maryland with his collection of short stories he hopes to one day finish writing.