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Recycled prices continue to tumble

Date: Wed, 12 Aug 2015 | Author: Paul Sanderson

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Prices for recycled commodities continued to fall last week, following on from falls seen in the previous seven days.

Most plastics grades saw price drops with £5 per tonne coming off PET bottles, and £10 per tonne coming off both HDPE bottles and 98/2 LDPE film.

In paper grades, both OCC and mixed paper were a pound lower than last week as demand falls.

Most metal grades also saw price drops with £75 per tonne coming off copper, £50 off brass and £50 off aluminium.

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