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Veolia the largest player in the waste and water sector by far

(WW) – In seeking to acquire competitor Suez, Veolia CEO Antoine Frérot said he aimed to create a "world leader of the ecological transformation". A review of the annual revenue figures of the industry’s major... more

Germany’s EEW raises €400m

through green bond issue

(D) – German waste-to-energy (wte) plant operator EEW has raised €400m from investors through the issue of a green bond. The company said there was "very high investor demand" for the debut issuance of the EEW Green Bond.... more

Paprec creates SRF JV with

Vicat, launches green bond

(F) – French recycling and waste management company Paprec and cement producer Vicat have established a 50-50 joint venture which is to produce solid recovered fuel (SRF). The new company, called Altèrenative, was founded in... more

People: Tom Bird and Andy Wahl re-elected as President and Treasurer of BIR

During this year’s virtual General Assembly of the umbrella organisation Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), Tom Bird was unanimously re-elected as BIR President for a second two-year term, as was Andy... more

"To reach the Paris agreement target,

we need to use every tool in the toolbox"

The Norwegian waste to energy (wte) plant operator Fortum Oslo Varme aims to capture CO2 at its plant in Oslo for long-term storage in the Northern Lights carbon capture and storage (CCS) facility. The public-private concern’s... more

European associations criticise unilateral

approaches to packaging labelling

(EU) – More and more EU member states are introducing their own rules governing the waste-sorting information which must appear on packaging. The labelling requirements are intended to help consumers dispose of packaging materials... more

Recycling company Relife enters

corrugated packaging market

(I)– Relife, a joint venture founded by Italian recycling company Benfante and coreboard producer Cartiera di Bosco Marengo, is expanding its business, advancing its growth plans. The joint venture, which is currently active in recovered... more

CVB parts with specialty paper

mill in Raon l’Étape, France

(NL, F) – Dutch recycling company CVB Ecologistics has sold its specialty paper mill in Raon l’Étape, in northeastern France, which it acquired only three years ago. The mill, which trades under the name of Raon Circular... more

Södra and Lenzing to expand

textile fibre recycling capacity

(A, SE) – Swedish forestry group Södra and Austrian specialty fibres producer Lenzing plan to work together to expand the production of cellulose from textile waste. According to a press release, the two companies signed a... more

Renewcell plant in Sweden

clears further hurdles

(S) – Swedish company Renewcell has reached another milestone in the development of a textile recycling plant planned for the Ortviken industrial site near Sundsvall. According to an earl-July announcement, Environmental Assessment... more

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