Key paper grades only recyclable material to change value in Intelligence

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With last week’s Intelligence being the last before the end of the school holidays, it remained quite a quiet week for the trade of recyclable materials.

Only key paper grades changed last week, with both plastics and metals stable.

One exception was steel cans, which lost £10 per tonne on the week before.

In paper, OCC continued to fall dropping by £3 per tonne, while news & pam and mixed papers both reduced by £2 per tonne. 

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