Print edition

EUWID Recycling and Waste Management Issue 23/2019


  • Higher waste volumes and prices drive revenue growth for Veolia’s waste business
  • Suez raises revenue growth forecast for full year
  • Suez NWS to treat hazardous waste in Shandong
  • Schnitzer plans investments to improve scrap metals separation
  • Ground broken for waste wood power plant in Germany
  • Ineos and Sirap forge new chemical recycling partnership
  • Plastic recyclers object to proposed Italian tax
  • Alpla acquires two recycling companies in Spain
  • EuRIC calls for minimum recycled content in car parts made of plastic
  • Alba wins first contract in city state of Singapore
  • FEVE reports glass recycling rate of 76 per cent
  • China issues more Q4 import licences for non-ferrous scrap
  • China issues new Q4 batch of import licences
  • Recovered paper exporter Winfibre closes office in NL
  • Recylex reports revenues down, seeks bridge financing


  • The primary PET market in Germany
  • The recovered paper market in Italy
  • The waste plastics market in Germany
  • The EUWID material value index for fridges and freezers
  • The post-consumer PET bottles market in Germany
  • China continues to drive growth in steel production
  • The NF scrap metals market in Germany
  • Upcoming market reports


  • EEA issues report on “Plastics Waste Trade and the Environment”
  • Germany moves towards ban on lightweight plastic carrier bags
  • Ireland launches consultation on new environmental levies

  • Companies and institutions appearing in the current issue