Print edition

EUWID Recycling and Waste Management Issue 4/2021


  • Sims delivers "significantly better results" in first half of 2020/21 financial year
  • Derichebourg boosts earnings forecast for full year 2020/21
  • Sims picks up US specialised scrap processor Alumisource
  • First Sentier completes Wheelabrator UK purchase
  • Veolia to continue with its tender for remaining Suez shares
  • Cewep: “Investment in new waste to energy capacity only if needed”
  • Hitachi Zosen Inova and Aker Carbon Capture enter partnership
  • Viridor announces plans for new wte plant in Scotland
  • FCC secures new five-year waste contract worth £27m
  • Itero signs offtake deal for planned plastic waste pyrolysis facility
  • New supply contract inked for new UK clinical waste plant opening soon
  • Singapore commissions study for chemical recycling plant
  • WasteCare starts up full-scale battery recycling plant in the UK
  • Coca-Cola testing paper bottle: "A supplement rather than a replacement for PET"
  • European recycling rate for glass packaging stagnates at a high level
  • Brexit creating export headaches for British textiles recyclers
  • Municipal Waste Europe and EuRIC call for EPR for waste textiles
  • Waste textiles: EuRIC calls for EPR and recycled content quotas
  • Aurubis targets growth, especially in recycling
  • Keppel Seghers has completed wte project in China


  • China’s recovered paper imports fall below 7 million tonnes in 2020
  • Recovered paper in the UK
  • Recovered paper in France
  • Waste textiles in Germany
  • Recovered paper Germany
  • Steel scrap in Germany
  • NF scrap metals in Germany
  • Upcoming market reports


  • EU Parliament seeks to boost market uptake for recyclate
  • EU consultation on improving environmental crime laws
  • Per capita municipal waste arisings in the EU at ten-year high

  • News in brief: Liberty Steel restarts EAF mill
  • Companies and institutions appearing in the current issue