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Price rises for some recycled plastics, scrap metal eases

Date: Mon, 9 Nov 2015 | Author: Paul Sanderson

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Good quality LDPE and HDPE grades saw prices rise last week on the back of the continuing high PRN value.

LDPE 98/2 was up by £10 a tonne, while HDPE plastic bottles saw £5 per tonne added to its value.

However, PP Regrind saw £25 come off its value.

Scrap metal also saw price falls with £25 per tonne coming off both copper and brass grades, but aluminium and ferrous were stable.

Key paper grades were stable this week.

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