Print edition

EUWID Recycling and Waste Management Issue 8/2019


  • Sims Metal Management looking to expand business into adjacent environmental markets
  • Sims Metal Management seeks to enter the waste to energy market
  • Competition authority plans to block takeover of DSD by Remondis
  • Schnitzer Steel’s earnings tumble in financial first half
  • Equipment supplier Erema sets new annual sales record
  • WEEE recyclers face higher costs tied to fires ignited by Li batteries
  • Stainless steel recycler ELG posts higher revenue and lower earnings
  • Babcock & Wilcox fends off early April default
  • CNIM in take-over talks with Cometal France
  • FCC Environment and CIP to build wte at British Tata Chemicals site
  • Indaver and Suez planning EfW plant for waste wood
  • Major fire at Peute site
  • EEW’s 2018 annual revenues rise by 6.6 per cent
  • Renewi makes impairments for Brexit and Derby plant delays
  • Chinese RCP import licences below 7.8 million tonnes
  • Turkey’s recovered paper imports increased to 725,000 tonnes
  • Wheelabrator seeks consent for large new waste to energy plant in Southern England


  • EU steel scrap exports set new record in 2018
  • Stainless steel production continued to grow in 2018
  • Recovered paper in Germany
  • Recovered paper in Poland
  • Waste textiles in Germany
  • NF scrap metals in Germany
  • Upcoming EUWID market reports in the next issue
  • LME and Comex prices


  • EU members approve method of calculation for packaging recycling
  • Indonesia postpones stricter regulations on RCP imports
  • China reasserts need to cut its recyclate imports at WTO
  • EU Commission approves state aid for wte plant in Poland
  • European Parliament urges member states to do more

  • News in brief: FCC officially opens MRF in Houston
  • News in brief: Stora Enso sorting interrupted due to pesticide find
  • Companies and institutions appearing in the current issue