Article archive - InfoBack to overview

This articles archive contains all editorial articles that have appeared in EUWID Recycling and Waste Management from 1994 on. More than 20,000 articles disposable to our premium subscribers for a quick and professional investigation, are available here. The entire archive can be searched for certain periods and topics and be downloaded as pdf files selected items. Not yet a premium subscriber? More about our services, click here.

Back to overview

| 1| 2| 3| 4| 5| 6|

Article archive

Paprec brings sorting plant for

packaging waste into operation

(F) – The French recycler and waste management company Paprec is further expanding its sorting capacity for household packaging waste. In mid-December, the company commissioned a new sorting plant with a capacity of around 40,000 tonnes... more

Packaging firm Færch sold

to A.P. Møller Holding

(DK) – The financial investor Advent International is selling the Danish packaging group Færch to the family-owned investment company A.P. Møller Holding. The transaction values Færch at €1.9bn. Færch’s... more

Concerns in Czech Republic about new law’s

effects on disposal of plastic sorting residues

(CR) – The Czech government’s new Waste Act has gone into force over the objections of some members of the waste management industry. Although the Act along with additional legislation on end-of-life products and packaging waste was... more

Collection of household plastic

waste up 2 per cent in the UK

(UK) – The amount of plastic waste collected from UK households increased by 2 per cent in 2019, while the recycling rate stagnated at 39 per cent, according to the 2020 edition of Recoup’s annual "UK Household Plastics... more

Stadler supplies automated

waste sorting plant to Mexico

(MX, D) – German plant builder Stadler has installed an automated sorting plant for municipal waste in Mexico. The facility is located in Cuautla in the state of Morelos, roughly 100 km south of Mexico City, and will process waste from 16... more

| 1| 2| 3| 4| 5| 6|