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South-East Asian nations impose restrictions

and barriers on imports of waste materials

(WW) – Several South-East Asian countries are introducing their own restrictions on imports of waste and recyclables. The measures are a response to the sharp increase in scrap material arriving from abroad which was observed in the wake... more

Trade conflicts and import restrictions

threaten international recycling markets

(WW) – The one-month suspension of pre-shipment inspections by CCIC North America will cost US exporters alone $400m. In addition, there will be costs of $100m related to market value and shipment diversions to other destinations such as... more

British wte plant operator Cory Riverside

sold off to new group of financial investors

(UK) – Cory Riverside Energy is to change hands, passing from the ownership of one investor consortium to another. The company announced last week that it would be acquired by Dalmore Capital, Fiera Infrastructure, Semperian PPP... more

CCIC North America resumes inspections

of recyclables shipments to China

(PRC) – The organisation CCIC North America Inc. again began accepting applications for the inspection of wastes destined for export to China as of 8 June 2018. According to the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), CCIC informed its... more

RDF interest group warns of Brexit risks

to British waste exports destined for the EU

(UK) – The British RDF Industry Group are warning of problems that Brexit poses for waste management in the UK and calling on policymakers to avoid creating barriers to RDF exports from the UK to the European Union in the event the UK... more

Interserve investigated in connection to EfW market exit

(UK) – The British construction concern Interserve is under investigation in connection with disclosures made around the time it withdrew from the energy from waste (EfW) sector. According to a statement issued in mid-May, the company has... more

N+P supplying RDF to Simec Energy

power station near Newport in Wales

(UK) – The British firm Simec Energy and the Dutch company N+P Group have founded a joint venture which will supply power plants with refuse-derived fuel. The new firm, which does business as Simec Subcoal Fuels Ltd (SSF), sells... more

EU Commission greenlights

Attero take-over

(EU, NL) – The EU competition authority cleared the acquisition of Dutch waste management firm Attero by the investment companies 3i Infrastructure plc and DWS. The EU Commission’s DG Competition saw no competition concerns raised... more

Remondis acquires Ad Infinitum Recycling

in Sweden and Ragn-Sells Polska

(D, SE, P) – Remondis has made new waste management and recycling acquisitions in Sweden and Poland. Germany’s largest waste management company announced last week that it had entered a conditional agreement to acquire the Polish... more

European Recycling Industries’ Confederation

welcomes final adoption of waste package

(EU) – The European Recycling Industries Confederation (EuRIC) has welcomed the final adoption of the EU waste package by the Council. The adoption of revised waste legislation was a key element in speeding up the much needed transition... more

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