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Suez seeks allies in the battle to fight off

a "hostile" takeover by competitor Veolia

(F) – French environmental group Suez is looking for investors with whose help it can block a takeover attempt launched by its rival Veolia at the end of August. The French information service "La Lettre A" reported early this... more

Veolia argues the advantages of merger with Suez

(F) – After announcing a surprise bid to take over a significant stake in its competitor Suez, the French environmental group Veolia has continued to promote its plans. In an interview with the French daily "Les Echos" appearing... more

Suez president Varin warns that "flawed" Veolia

merger would weaken both companies

(F) – The French environmental services concern Suez has launched a media blitz in efforts to make its case against a takeover by rival Veolia. In French news outlets and on social media concern executives past and present have argued... more

Biffa plans to end furloughs as revenues rebound

(UK) – The British waste management company Biffa has seen its business improving month for month since the height of the Covid-19 outbreak and anticipates that it will be able to end staff furloughs by the end of September. Group-wide,... more

Scholz records sharp drop in first-half sales

and earnings due to coronavirus crisis

(D, PRC) – German scrap recycler Scholz experienced significant declines in its tonnage sold, revenues and earnings in the first half of the year due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Parent company Chiho Environmental Group... more

Registrations open for waste imports from the UK

(RI) – Indonesia has resumed the registration process for companies seeking to supply non-toxic and non-hazardous ("non-B3") waste to the country for recycling. Registration for exporters of materials such as recovered paper and... more

Stadler acquires majority stake

in Swiss plant manufacturer

(D, CH) – Stadler Anlagenbau GmbH is expanding its range of products and services to include the recycling of electric and electronic equipment (WEEE). In early September, the company announced the purchase of a majority stake in the... more

BASF to source 4,000 tpa of pyrolysis

oil from chemically recycled scrap tyres

(D) – German chemical company BASF has signed an agreement to source up to 4,000 tonnes of chemically recycled pyrolysis oil annually from the Hungarian firm New Energy. The pyrolysis oil will be made from end-of-life tyres and other... more

People: Gary Cochrane becomes European managing director for Babcock & Wilcox

As part of its efforts to expand its presence in Europe, the US combustion and air purification technology company Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) has named Gary Cochrane the managing director for the region. Across its... more

EEW again books growth in throughput and sales

(D) – Germany’s largest operator of waste-to-energy plants, EEW Energy from Waste, incinerated more waste and booked higher revenues in the first half of 2020 than in the prior-year half. According to an interim report for the first... more

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