Ferrous Scrap Geographical Distributions Demand Vs. Newly Available Supply, 1975-1985.
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The results of this study indicated that by 1975: domestic steelmaking capacity will increase 25.6 million raw steel tons relative to the 1974 capacity; strand casting capacity will increase 14 million net tons; total domestic consumption demand for ferrous scrap will increase from 85.7 million net tons in 1975 to 133.4 million net tons in 1985; and the total supply of a newly available ferrous scrap will increase from 94.2 million net tons in 1975 to 133.4 million net tons in 1985. The net balance between the total supply of newly available ferrous scrap and the total domestic consumptive demand in all but 2 years is positive albeit small. The net balance for the 2 years when the total demand exceeds the new supply is also small.
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