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Polyrec to start collecting

plastic recycling data

(EU) – Associations representing the plastic and recycling industries have founded an organisation called Polyrec to gather, verify and publish European data about plastic recycling and the use of recycled plastic in new products.... more

Euric wants Batteries Regulation rules to

apply consistently to all battery categories

(EU) – The European Recycling Industries’ Confederation (Euric) sees the European Commission’s proposal for a new Batteries and Waste Batteries Regulation as a "huge step forward". In a statement, the association had... more

Court suspends penalties for

Green Dot and other symbols

(F) – France’s Supreme Administrative Court has temporarily suspended an implementing ordinance to France’s Anti-waste Law which imposes fines for "misleading labels". With this ruling, the Conseil d’Etat... more

Scholz posts double-digit drop in volumes

and earnings in pandemic year 2020

(D) – German steel recycler Scholz is yet another business adversely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic downturn last year. According to the latest figures published by its Chinese parent company Chiho... more

EU27’s recovered paper exports exceed

2019 levels after strong second half

(EU) – The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in spring 2020 had severely restricted EU trade activities in recovered paper. In April and May, the quantities of recovered paper exported to countries outside the European Union (third... more

Company News: Port of Paper wants to expand its business

The online recovered paper trading platform Port of Paper wants to expand its activities in Ger-many and elsewhere. Port of Paper was launched in October last year by Veyzle bv, a subsidiary of the Dutch waste company Ortessa.... more

Steep mark-ups for ordinary

and deinking grades in France

(F) – Many market participants had expected that recovered paper prices in France would rise in March, but no one had anticipated the dramatic spike which materialised last month. The first signs of supply-side pressure were felt in... more

CEPI sees significant potential

for replacing plastic with paper

(EU) – The Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI) estimates there is potential for a total of 4.5 million tonnes of plastic packaging to be completely replaced by fibre-based alternatives by the year 2030. According to a fact... more

Recovered paper remained scarce in

Italy in March with prices skyrocketing

(I) – Much hustle and bustle, strong demand from Germany and prices that climbed weekly to reach new heights shaped Italy’s recovered paper market in March. Ordinary and deinking grades were in especially short supply and their... more

Upcoming market reports

The next issue of EUWID Recycling and Waste Management will appear in print and e-paper editions on 22 March. It will contain market reports on recovered paper in Germany, Poland and the UK, and reports on the market situation... more

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