Print edition

EUWID Recycling and Waste Management Issue 21/2019


  • Suez wants to become the global leader in environmental services by 2030
  • ELM and Suez invest €8m in plastics recycling plant in Germany
  • Suez acquires Remondis site in Karlsruhe
  • HVC walks away from potential takeover of AEB Amsterdam
  • Munich Re to acquire a stake in the Dublin wte plant
  • LafargeHolcim expands RDF use in Europe
  • FEAD issues position paper on biodegradable plastics
  • Standardkessel Baumgarte to build waste wood power plant
  • BASF invests in chemical recycling company Quantafuel
  • ChemRecEurope calls for a definition of chemical recycling
  • EuPC calls on EU member states to reject plastic tax
  • Unilever wants to use less plastic and increase recycling
  • Cewep and Eswet present visions for waste to energy


  • The recovered paper market in Germany
  • The waste textiles market in Germany
  • The recovered paper market in Poland
  • The waste plastics market in Germany
  • The EUWID material value index for fridges and freezers
  • The post-consumer PET bottle market in Germany
  • Stainless steel production continues to increase in China
  • The NF scrap metals market in Germany
  • Upcoming EUWID market reports in the next issue


  • EP Committee okays designated Commissioners
  • EU Commission rules make appliances easier to repair
  • Fifteen EU member states late in reporting waste data
  • TiO2 to be classified as a substance suspected of causing cancer

  • News in brief: Faun founds Austrian subsidiary and invests €10m in new service facility
  • People: Tom Bird will leave Chiho Environmental Group
  • Companies and institutions appearing in the current issue