New premium market Intelligence service launched for the recycling and waste industry

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A new daily premium market Intelligence service for the recycling and waste industry has been launched by REB and provides vital information on current and historical material prices, trading, and material trends.

The service provides an in-depth secondary commodities market analysis, that puts price movements into a wider, global context, examines why markets are changing and offers comparisons, including a range of influencing factors, such as: 

  • Global impacts 
  • Foreign exchange 
  • Shipping 
  • Manufacturing purchasing managers’ indices 
  • Retail data 
  • Forecast prices 
  • Broader commodities context.  

This is all delivered in one place, making it easier for subscribers to make better informed decisions when trading recycled materials and providing waste management contracts.  

Published daily and based upon rigorous independent research, this service is already used by all the UK’s leading recycling and waste companies to help achieve commercial advantage by having the most up-to-date pricing, analysis and information. 

Materials covered by the weekly price updates include UK plastic bottles, Mixed A, Mixed B, PET, HDPE Natural 95/5, UK OCC, ONP, mixed paper, UK copper, brass and aluminium, UK ferrous, China- plastics, paper and metals (various grades), US – plastics, paper and metals (various grades).  

As well as receiving this Intelligence report, subscribers receive a guaranteed cheapest price to attend REB networking events.  

REB Market Intelligence director Paul Sanderson said: “Other pricing source look at where the market has been, whereas our Intelligence report provides an understanding of where the recycling market is headed. And that is what makes us different. You get an in-depth analysis of the markets, plus essential Intelligence helping you to maximise your recycling revenue.”  

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