It was another week of mostly stable prices, but driven by a great deal of uncertainty in the recycling market.
It was a stable week for most grades this week, with only a small number of grades seeing price adjustments.
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There was a mixed picture this week for the recycling sector, but most price adjustments tended to be downwards rather than upwards.
For those that were trading, some paper and plastic grades increased in price, even though it was generally a quiet week.
As we head towards June, there isn't a clear and apparent route for the recycling marketplace with volatility dominant.
Both paper and plastic recycled materials increased this week, but there was a first fall for a while for many metals grades.
There wasn't a definitive pattern to the market this week with some materials falling, some not moving at all and some soaring.
With the exception of industrial non-ferrous metals, it was a downward facing market for many grades of recycled materials this week.