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Turkish Eren Paper plans major

redevelopment for Shotton Mill

(UK) – The Turkish company Eren Paper is planning extensive investments at the former UPM mill in Shotton, Deeside. As part of its plan for the site, Eren intends to demolish the existing production building and build several new... more

Recovered paper inspections for exports to Malaysia

not expected to be introduced before 2022

(MAL) – Although inspections of scrap metal shipments to Malaysia are expected to be introduced as early as 1 November 2021, a similar requirement for recovered paper is not likely to be imposed before early 2022. Andreas Otto, managing... more

Refusal of consent for

Kemsley North plant stands

(UK) – Wheelabrator’s appeal of the planning decision refusing consent for a new waste to energy plant in England has failed. Wheelabrator UK, now part of Efinium following its acquisition by First Sentier Investors, had sought with... more

Progroup plans new RDF

power plant in Germany

(D) – Paper producer Progroup plans to build a new refuse-derived fuel (RDF) power plant at its Sandersdorf-Brehna mill in the east of Germany. Construction of the €135m plant is to start at the end of 2022. It is expected to go into... more

EU steel scrap exports to Turkey reach record level

(EU) – EU member states are exporting ever larger volumes of steel scrap to countries outside the EU (third countries). At 11.2 million tonnes, these extra-EU exports were higher than ever before in the first half of 2021, according to... more

China’s recovered paper imports

down over 30 per cent in 2020

(PRC) – Despite the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Chinese pulp and paper industry set a new production record in 2020. A total of 112.6 million tonnes of paper and board, 73.8 million tonnes of pulp, and 68.6 million tonnes of... more

Prices mostly stable on French

recovered paper market

(F) – After increasing in the previous two months, prices on the French recovered paper market remained stable for the most part in October. Only coloured letters and, in some cases, white woodfree uncoated shavings became more expensive.... more

German recovered prices down slightly in

October after sharp uptick in September

(D) – Prices on the German recovered paper market remain dynamic. After significant rises in September, downward corrections were reported in October. In September, the price increases were particularly noticeable for mixed paper and... more

Recovered paper prices rise in Poland after

the end of summer as haulage problems hit

(PL) – To the surprise of several market players, Polish prices for many types of recovered paper edged higher again, mainly in September. This development came after small price cuts emerged in June and July. The recent increases appear... more

Upcoming market reports

The next issue of EUWID Recycling and Waste Management will appear on 4 November. It will contain the monthly market reports on recovered paper in Italy and the UK and on steel scrap in Germany. It will also feature the... more

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