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Demand on UK recovered paper market matches tight supply

23.09.2014 - The British recovered paper market had not yet fully bounced back by the middle of September. Most market insiders said that collection volumes were a little higher than in August, but were still not exactly plentiful. more

Steel scrap prices in Germany nearly unchanged

17.09.2014 - Steel scrap prices have barely changed on the German market in September. Steel mills that had not been fully on board with August's price increases have now caught up more

Summer doldrums keep French recovered paper market balanced

03.09.2014 - August brought the French recovered paper market stable prices for almost all grades along with the usual summer slowdown, market observers told EUWID. Overall, supply and demand were in balance, more

Swiss waste to energy plants commit to cut CO2 emissions

26.08.2014 - Switzerland’s thirty waste to energy plants combusted a total of 3.8 million tonnes of waste in 2012, releasing emissions of 2.35 million tonnes CO2e, according to the country’s Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN). more

Two thirds of residual municipal waste in Germany incinerated in 2012

08.08.2014 - Germany’s local authorities managed two thirds of their residual municipal waste by sending it to incineration plants in 2012. The 66.6 per cent share is more

Waste Management to sell Wheelabrator for $1.94bn

30.07.2014 - Waste Management Inc. (WM) has signed a "definitive agreement" to divest its waste to energy subsidiary Wheelabrator Technologies. North America's largest integrated waste management company will sell the company to an affiliate of the private equity firm Energy Capital Partners for $1.94bn (ca. €1.44bn) in cash, WM CEO David Steiner told analysts at the release of the concern's second quarter figures on Tuesday. more

Alba charts a new course for the Interseroh brand

29.07.2014 - German waste management and recycling group Alba will be "realigning the strategy of its Interseroh brand to the vision of a future without waste", according to a statement issued on Monday. The realignment will be accompanied by a restructuring of its services operations. more

German ferrous scrap market stable amid shortening supply

23.07.2014 - The German ferrous scrap market was steady on the whole in July. Prices were practically unchanged from the month before. In isolated cases, steel mills were willing to pay a few euros more than they had in June. more

German waste plastics prices rise in June

16.07.2014 - Waste plastics became slightly more expensive in Germany in the month of June amidst decent demand. HDPE, LDPE and PP film scrap and regrind all edged higher, fuelled in part by more expensive primary plastics. more

Italy's waste treatment capacity adequate arithmetically speaking

11.07.2014 - One need not look to Sweden and Denmark to find EU member states where waste treatment capacity is substantial compared to waste arisings. A recent study of European household waste treatment capacity commissioned by the European Environment Agency revealed that several countries, including Estonia, are also equipped with substantial waste treatment capacity. more


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  • Demand on UK recovered paper market matches tight supply
    The British recovered paper market had not yet fully bounced... more
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    Steel scrap prices in Germany nearly unchanged
    Steel scrap prices have barely changed on the... more
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    Summer doldrums keep French recovered paper market balanced
    August brought the French recovered paper market stable... more

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