Print edition

EUWID Recycling and Waste Management Issue 14/2021


  • Stena investing €25m in new recycling plant for lithium batteries from EVs
  • Schnitzer posts best results “in over a decade” in fiscal third quarter
  • Suez Board recommends shareholders accept Veolia takeover offer
  • US scrap recycler Liberty Iron & Metal sells off more locations
  • World’s top ten environmental services groups by revenue
  • Germany’s EEW raises €400m through green bond issue
  • Paprec creates SRF joint venture with Vicat, launches green bond
  • Interview with Fortum Oslo Varme’s Jannicke Gerner Bjerkås on CCS
  • EU member states’ paths diverge on waste sorting labelling
  • CVB parts with speciality paper mill in Raon l’Étape, France
  • Recycling company Relife enters corrugated packaging market
  • Renewcell clears further hurdles
  • Södra and Lenzing to expand textile fibre recycling capacity
  • Chemical EPS recycling: Knauf Industries discussing cooperation with Michelin
  • Coca-Cola to switch to 100% rPET for smaller bottles in UK
  • European PVC value chain sets itself new sustainability goals
  • Borealis invests in Belgian plastics recycler Renasci
  • Chemical recycling of HDPE: Ineos and Lactel to cooperate
  • Quantafuel builds waste sorting plant in Denmark
  • Schwarz Group to use more recycled plastic
  • Indorama Ventures’ plans new recycling facility in Indonesia
  • Industry notes urgency of PET recycling process approvals
  • Plastics industry sees threat to single market in SUPD implementation


  • PET bottles in Germany
  • Upcoming market reports
  • Waste plastics in Germany
  • Material value index for fridges
  • Recovered paper in Poland
  • NF scrap metals in Germany


  • Commission publishes EU Green Bond Standard proposal
  • EEB praises Portuguese Council Presidency for work on batteries
  • Turkey reverses course on PE waste import ban

  • People: People: Tom Bird and Andy Wahl re-elected as President and Treasurer of BIR
  • Markets roundup: Global copper consumption recovers after pandemic slump
  • Markets roundup: Global zinc consumption climbs by 10 per cent
  • Markets roundup: Worldwide steel production rises by 14 per cent in May
  • Companies and institutions appearing in the current issue