Print edition

EUWID Recycling and Waste Management Issue 14/2012

Business

  • Independent members of Van Gansewinkel‘s supervisory board resign from their posts
  • EVN posts fall in first-half turnover and profits
  • Suez Environnement expects revenue to stagnate in 2012
  • Covanta ups NF recovery in US/fights for footing in Europe
  • Hitachi Zosen Inova returns to operating profit in 2011
  • Volund preferred supplier for wte plant in Gloucestershire
  • Austrian court revokes EIA decision for wte plant
  • Eon shelves plans to sell EEW for time being due to low bids
  • RDF power plant planned for Welsh nickel refinery site
  • Increased costs weigh down Viridor’s earnings for 2011/12
  • Veolia opens new plants
  • Waste Management announces CFO Steven Preston to resign
  • CEPI says new EU guidance jeopardises paper recycling
  • PV Cycle to open offices in Germany and Italy
  • Spain gains ground in plastics recycling

Markets

  • EAF play greater role in 2011
  • Recovered paper in Germany
  • Recovered paper in Italy
  • Sonoco to build the UK‘s first recycling plant for drinks cartons
  • Used PET bottles in Germany
  • Primary plastics in Germany
  • ICSG: copper demand met increasingly by recycling
  • Waste plastics in Germany
  • Expert reports on NF scrap metals
  • NF scrap metals in Germany
  • LME and Comex prices

Policy

  • Commission issues guidance on Waste Framework Directive
  • Dutch government seals deal to end packaging tax in 2013
  • Switzerland and China sign MoU on environmental affairs
  • AQSIQ to keep business data confidential in future
  • EU Commissioner Potocnik urges more recycling
  • Study out on R1 correction factor for waste-to-energy plants
  • Contract for disposal of Indian hazardous waste likely soon
  • Ireland launches consultation on producer responsibility
  • Poland to implement packaging waste legislation changes

  • People
  • Events