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Borealis and Reclay set to

partner on plastic recycling

(A, D) – The Austrian plastic manufacturer Borealis and the Reclay group are working together to recycle plastic packaging in a project "starting with Germany". This strategic partnership will see the packaging compliance scheme... more

Aperam wrapped up its acquisition

of ELG at the end of December

(D) – The stainless-steel producer Aperam is moving "to the core of the European circular economy" by acquiring the recycler ELG, CEO Timoteo di Maulo said in a presentation marking the completion of this transaction in late... more

Veolia announces plans for

first EV battery recycling plant

(UK) – Environmental group Veolia announced plans on 10 January to build its first recycling plant in the UK for electric vehicle (EV) batteries. To be located in Minworth near Birmingham, the facility is to be able to process more than... more

Recovered paper gains product status in France

(F) – Is recovered paper waste or a product? This question has been the subject of frequent and lengthy discussion in Europe over the years. A proposal to classify recovered paper as a product under specific conditions at the EU level was... more

Zero Waste Europe criticises

Parliament "delaying tactic"

(EU) – The environmental NGO Zero Waste Europe considers the proposal by the EP rapporteur Peter Liese to include waste incineration plants from 2028 in the EU’s emission trading system (ETS) a "delaying tactic". "All... more

Upcoming market reports

The next issue of EUWID Recycling and Waste Management will appear on 9 February. It will feature the monthly market reports on recovered paper in Italy and on waste plastics, PET bottles and primary plastics in Germany. It... more

Strong rise in waste wood prices in Germany

(D) – Low arisings, enormous demand, rapidly rising prices and much uncertainty shaped Germany’s waste wood market in January. Demand was "terribly high," and many storage sites were now empty. "Price is no longer an... more

Recovered paper supply better than

feared in France, prices mostly stable

(F) – The recovered paper market in France presented a relatively balanced picture at the beginning of the year. Sufficient recovered paper was available to supply paper mills and prices remained stable almost across the board compared... more

Strong slide in recovered paper prices in the UK

that was forecast for January fails to materialise

(UK) – Recovered paper arisings have increased in the UK during January, as expected. That being said, levels are lower than normal for this time of year. Experts attributed the dip in availability to a shortage of drivers and the many... more

Are German RCP prices set to reverse course again?

(D) – German prices for bulk recovered paper (RCP) grades stayed largely the same in December after heading lower in October and November. That being said, prices for a few graphic grades and high grades did soften again as 2021 drew to a... more

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