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BIR expresses concern over Brexit's impact on trade

24.06.2016 - In an early statement on the results of yesterday's British referendum, the Bureau of International Recycling has expressed its concern over the UK leaving the EU. more

German steel scrap prices retreat below April levels

21.06.2016 - The upswing that the German steel scrap market enjoyed over the past two months has turned out to be a flash in the pan: more

Slight growth in turnover for Indaver

10.06.2016 - The Belgian waste management group Indaver considers its financial results "a solid platform to develop new investment and growth opportunities”. more

Glimmer of hope for Germany’s waste textiles sector

09.06.2016 - Collectors and sorters of waste clothing in Germany are drawing hope from faint signs of a potential end to the crisis. more

EAF crude steel production continues to fall worldwide

01.06.2016 - The output of crude steel from the conversion of scrap in electric arc furnaces (EAF) continues to decrease. more

New mechanism to aid in the implementation of EU environmental legislation

30.05.2016 - The European Commission announced on Friday that it is launching its new Environmental Implementation Review, a tool to help member states in complying with EU environmental law. more

EU Commission urges Romania to implement waste plan and waste prevention measures

27.05.2016 - The European Commission has warned Romania it must draw up plans to prevent and manage waste in line with the EU Waste Framework Directive. more

Upward trajectory holds on German steel scrap market

25.05.2016 - As in the month before, steel scrap prices in Germany rose significantly again in May. The past three months have seen a surge of €70-80 for each tonne of ferrous scrap. more

Recovered paper market holds steady in the UK

18.05.2016 - Sustained good demand and stable or rising prices were shaping the British recovered paper market as mid-May arrived. more

Fortum makes bid to acquire Ekokem

17.05.2016 - Finnish energy provider Fortum has made an indicative, non-binding takeover bid to the four largest shareholders of the Ekokem waste group. more


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  • BIR expresses concern over Brexit's impact on trade
    In an early statement on the results of... more
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    German steel scrap prices retreat below April levels
    The upswing that the German steel scrap... more
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    Slight growth in turnover for Indaver
    The Belgian waste management group Indaver... more

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