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EUWID Recycling and Waste Management Issue 21/2018


  • EP Committee votes in favour of banning addition single-use plastic products
  • Recycling and waste associations welcome vote on Directive
  • No earn-out payment for Scholz bondholders for 2017
  • S Norton boosts pre-tax profit by 7 per cent for 2017
  • Saubermacher opens fridge recycling plant in Czech Republic
  • Schnitzer Steel expects earnings bump in fourth quarter
  • Befesa enters Chinese market for EAF dust recycling
  • Creditors give Recylex financial leeway to solve furnace problems
  • Steinmüller Babcock updating an EfW facility in Sweden
  • China, Brexit impacts and plastic bans discussed at BIR Convention
  • Recovered paper exports from the EU plunge in the first half
  • Trade groups should educate banking sector about recycling
  • Reiling breaks ground on new location in Germany
  • World waste plastics market struggling to find its feet
  • OMV turning plastic waste into synthetic crude oil
  • Over half of EU waste plastic exports shipped to new markets
  • BIR launches foundation in support of Global Recycling Day
  • British consumers want recycled content in plastic bottles
  • Bulgarian textiles association sounds warning on planned eco-tax
  • Augean benefits from cost-cutting and incinerator ash business
  • Stora Enso and Gasum to build biogas plant in Nymölla
  • Study on measures for improved collection and recycling of WEEE


  • China’s recovered paper import licenses hit 16m tonnes
  • Recovered paper in Germany
  • Recovered paper in Poland
  • Waste textiles in Germany
  • Global stainless steel output climbs 13 per cent in first half
  • NF scrap metals in Germany
  • LME and Comex prices


  • Commission stands firm on target for single-use bottles
  • EU accelerates work on single-use plastics Directive
  • ECHA consultation on possible additions to Authorisation List
  • Numerous member states fail to achieve EU ELV targets


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