Recovered paper a bit pricier in Poland beginning in February


The ramifications effects of the war in Ukraine are being felt in a variety of ways on Poland's recovered paper market. Estimates suggest that Poland used to export 10,000 to 15,000 t of recovered paper each month to Ukrainian paper mills, chiefly grades used in the manufacturing of packaging. Experts think that most of this material has been available on the domestic market since the end of February when paper production essentially ground to a standstill in Ukraine. This additional material had helped stabilise and calm the Polish market a little.

The large number of refugees fleeing Ukraine – an estimated 1.5 million were estimated to have stayed in Poland after crossing the border – are expected to boost recovered paper arisings at retail businesses, one recovered paper merchant stated.

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