Prices for recyclable materials stabilise after recent falls
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2017 | Author: Paul Sanderson
After recent huge price falls seen particularly for paper grades, last week saw some stability enter the market.
It isn’t clear as yet whether this was a pause or a floor had been reached, but OCC and mixed paper were both unchanged after the £45 to £50 price drop seen a week earlier.
Plastics prices were also unchanged.
In metals, copper was the only material that saw a price difference with £100 per tonne coming off the price.
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