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Reclassified non-ferrous “recycling materials”

will still be subject to import quotas in China

(PRC) – China is not yet dropping quotas for imports of the non-ferrous scrap grades being reclassified as non-waste materials in July, a Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE) spokesman told reporters at a press conference last week.... more

Multiple parties interested

in acquiring Weser-Metall

(D) – Potential buyers are lining up to acquire Weser-Metall, a German producer of primary and secondary lead that has been in a "protective shield procedure" – a form of creditor protection – since the end of May.... more

Sims begins move away from regional business structure

(AUD) – Sims Ltd is reorganising its business and shifting top executives from the US to Australia. In an announcement issued early last week, concern CEO Alistair Field said, "Sims’s future operating model will be aligned... more

Suez reports revenues decline and substantial

one-off costs in H1 resulting from Covid-19

(F) – The French environmental group Suez is yet another business heavily affected by the coronavirus crisis. In a trading update published at the end of June, the group said first-half revenues in its Recycling & Recovery segment are... more

AEB secures €36m in financing from the city

of Amsterdam and concessions from banks

(NL) – AEB Amsterdam (Afval Energie Bedrijf) has reached a refinancing agreement with its creditors and the city of Amsterdam, which owns the waste treatment plant operator, AEB announced last week. The city would be prepared to make a... more

Market players see a “light at the end of the

tunnel” as waste markets begin to normalise

(EU) – The European market is emerging from the worst of the Covid-19 outbreak and most waste industry insiders are seeing a light at the end of the tunnel, according to Geminor’s COO Ralf Schöpwinkel. After a phase in which... more

Final consultation for Aire

Valley waste to energy plant

(UK) – A second-round public hearing is being held by England’s Environment Agency on a draft environmental permit for a waste to energy plant. The facility to be built in Keighley, West Yorkshire would have a treatment capacity of... more

People

DS Smith has appointed Rogier Gerritsen as Managing Director of its Recycling Division. Reporting to Colin McIntyre, Divisional CEO for Paper & Recycling, Mr Gerritsen will be responsible for the group’s recycling... more

British waste company Viridor achieves

growth in 2019/20 financial year

(UK) – British waste company Viridor "delivered robust operational performance" in the 2019/20 financial year, and during the Covid-19 outbreak it was resilient due to its many municipal waste contracts and the performance of... more

Viridor and Grundon seek

permit for new EfW plant

(UK) – The British waste management companies Grundon and Viridor have submitted a planning application for a new waste to energy (wte) plant which they plan to build in West Sussex. The facility would have an annual treatment capacity of... more

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