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Image for European paper recycling falls 0.3%
The amount of paper available for recycling fell by 0.3% in 2016 compared to 2015, according to CEPI.
Image for Tania Don, Steven Keir and Linda Pearce join ACN as Steve Farncombe leaves
After seven years of service, paper exporter ACN Europe (UK) has bid farewell to Steven Farncombe.
Image for Energy and utility businesses unit to address the skills gap
The energy and utilities sector, including recycling and waste management, requires 221,000 new recruits by 2027, in order to provide the essential services its customers seek and the infrastructure the UK needs for its economic growth.
Image for Volatility for ferrous metals set to continue says BIR
BIR’s ferrous division president has said that he expects volatility in the recycled ferrous metal market to continue in 2017.
Image for OCC and mixed papers keep rising in recycling market
Paper grades were the only real movers in last week’s recycling market, according to the latest Intelligence report.
Image for Quality First Recycling Conference announced
A conference is to take place that will look at how to improve the quality of materials for recycling.
Image for The International Aluminium Institute launches tool to visualise value chain from bauxite to scrap
A new web-based tool has been launched by the International Aluminium Institute (IAI) that shows how aluminium moves through the value chain.
Image for Recoup launch revised Recyclability by Design guide for plastics
The sixth edition of Recyclability by Design has been issued by Recoup.
Image for Price rises for some plastics and paper grades
Last week’s Intelligence report showed that prices are moving upwards for some plastics and paper grades.
Image for EU Environment Committee calls for 70% recycling target by 2030
Members of the European Parliament’s Environment, Public Health and Food Safety committee (ENVI) have amended the EU waste package legislation to raise the recycling rate to 70% from 2030.
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