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VDM warns against export restrictions:

"Fighting trade puts recycling in jeopardy"

(D) – The Association of German Metal Traders (VDM) is warning against imposing restrictions on the international trade in recycled raw materials. "Fighting trade puts recycling in jeopardy," the association said in a statement... more

European steel and NF metal associations

call for stricter rules on metal scrap exports

(EU) – The revision of the EU Waste Shipment Regulation (WSR) is drawing near. The EU Commission’s provisional agenda suggests that it will publish its legislative proposal in mid-November. As is often the case at this stage of the... more

55 TB of data seized from

firms in cartel investigation

(A) – Investigations are continuing into suspected violations of cartel law in the Austrian waste management sector, a spokesman for the country’s Federal Competition Authority (BWB) told EUWID. The infomation seized from the... more

Green Tech invests €12m in

PET recycling in Slovakia

(ROU) – Romanian recycler Green Group is investing a further €12m to upgrade its PET recycling operations and increase production capacity in Banská Bystrica, Slovakia. The firm Ekolumi, which was acquired in 2019 by Green... more

Veolia successfully completes €2.5bn

capital increase to finance Suez take-over

(F) – French environmental group Veolia has successfully completed a €2.5bn capital increase. The transaction was "well oversubscribed", the company announced on 6 October. At the end of the subscription period, there was... more

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