Print edition

EUWID Recycling and Waste Management Issue 25/2020


  • Derichebourg expects its prospects to improve during the current business year
  • Renault to convert Flins auto plant into a recycling hub
  • Documents seized from Veolia, Engie and Meridiam
  • Media report: Investment fund Antin interested in Suez’s French wte plants
  • Sale of Suez Nordic to Prezero completed
  • Schwandorf wte plant to replace lines 1 to 3
  • Veolia and LEAG release concept for RDF power plant
  • Halosep inaugurates plant to treat fly ash wte plant in Denmark
  • Biffa and Covanta reach financial close on Protos project
  • Call for end to Dutch tax on imported RDF
  • Sale of SSE's wte stakes to First Sentier approved
  • Bio-LNG to be produced at Amsterdam Westpoort site
  • Blue Paper restarts operations
  • Geminor supplies SRF to Danish cement maker
  • Standardkessel Baumgarte: E-Wood plant approved
  • Vitol set to buy pyrolysis oil from Wastefront
  • British consortium aims to improve EV battery recycling
  • EEB criticises slow pace of EU waste package implementation
  • Pepsi plans switchover to rPET in more European markets
  • Three million tonnes of WEEE lost to official recycling channels
  • Chinese recovered paper imports down to 4.5 million tonnes
  • Ellen MacArthur Foundation praises progress in recycled content in plastic packaging


  • Waste plastics in Germany
  • PET bottles in Germany
  • Waste textiles in Germany
  • Primary PET in Germany
  • Material value index for fridges
  • Primary plastics in Germany
  • NF scrap metals in Germany


  • China issues final ban on solid waste imports from 2021
  • EU Commission tables first criteria under Taxonomy Regulation
  • European Parliament calls for “right to repair”
  • Operation Retrovirus takes aim at clinical waste crime

  • Upcoming market reports
  • Companies and institutions appearing in the current issue