Print edition

EUWID Recycling and Waste Management Issue 6/2021


  • ELV Directive needs update to address the growing market share of electric vehicles
  • Authorities raid Austrian waste firms suspected of cartel law violations
  • Wheelabrator: Overcapacity concerns: UK government blocks wte project
  • Remondis acquires Dutch skip-hire firm Aalderson
  • Suez presents “binding offer” for takeover by Ardian and GIP
  • B&W plans growth with waste to energy and carbon capture
  • Wte specialist EEW achieved record earnings in 2019
  • NGOs oppose flexible mass balance approach
  • No drop in US plastic scrap exports despite new restrictions
  • Alpla UK will purchase recycled PET from Biffa
  • Fulcrum and Essar Oil firm up plans for UK waste to fuel plant
  • Sweden: Stadler and Tomra supply waste textiles sorting plant
  • CMRA names firms certified for imports of NF scrap to China
  • Malaysia prepares to tighten import rules for scrap metals and RCP
  • Growth in renewable energies weakens climate case for EfW


  • Recovered paper in the UK
  • Recovered paper in Germany
  • Steel scrap in Germany
  • NF scrap metals in Germany


  • Council backs same limit values for primary and recycled material
  • Germany expects no shortage of recycled plastic for bottles
  • UK ecodesign regulations to create right to repair

  • News in brief: Kipas Kagit again postponed start-up of new paper machine
  • News in brief: Kruger considers restarting recycled pulp mill in Québec
  • News in brief: Modern Karton improves mill‘s capacity to handle contaminated RCP
  • Companies and institutions appearing in the current issue