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Waste textiles supply in

Germany has grown tighter

(D) – The oversupply of original collected stock that was evident on Germany’s waste textiles market over the winter has shrunk considerably. "We have completely drawn down our inventories," one major collector remarked at... more

Scrap prices move sideways in Germany in

April following months of price volatility

(D) – After the roller coaster ride of the past three months, prices on the German ferrous scrap market in April moved sideways for the first time this year. Prices for new scrap in particular held steady at March levels amidst good... more

The non-ferrous scrap

metals market in Germany

(UK) – At the beginning of the week commencing 12 April, the LME copper price briefly fell significantly below the $9,000/t mark, but was able to recover its losses by midweek. These ups and downs may explain a number of trends on the... more

Upcoming market reports

The next issue of EUWID Recycling and Waste Management will appear in print and E-paper editions on 5 May. It will contain the monthly market reports on recovered paper in France and Italy and on primary commodity plastics in... more

Targets for laminated paper

packaging under consideration

(UK) – The British government is weighing the introduction of recycling targets for fibre-based composite packaging such as food and drink cartons and single-use paper cups in the longer term. The material in question is laminated... more

Ecuador, Germany, Ghana and Vietnam to lay

groundwork for international plastics agreement

(WW) – Environment ministers from Germany, Ecuador, Ghana and Vietnam are jointly organising a ministerial conference in September to kick off preparations for a global agreement to combat plastic pollution in the environment and... more

Malaysia imposes levy on imports of plastic scrap

(MY) – Malaysia plans to impose a levy of RM20 (ca. €4.05) per tonne for imports of plastic waste beginning in June, "The Star", reported in early April. Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Zuraida Kamaruddin told... more

Illicit waste management a growth

sector for organised crime networks

(EU) – Organised crime networks are highly flexible and adaptable. They will also try to misuse the green transition sought by policymakers to improve resource efficiency and sustainability for their own purposes. Criminals will... more

Companies and institutions appearing in the current issue

Ardian 1, 3

AVR 5

 

BEHL (Beijing Enterprises Holdings Limited) 4

BMU (Federal Ministry for Environment, Germany) 15

Brockwell Energy 5

Bvse (Bundesverband Sekundärrohstoffe... more

Suez agrees to sell Australian waste

management activities to Cleanaway

(F) – French environmental group Suez wants to sell its waste management activities in Australia for AUD2.52bn (around €1.63bn) to Cleanaway, the Australian market leader. The two companies announced the signing of a sale agreement... more

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