Analysis: what would a Veolia purchase of Suez mean for the UK recycling market?
Since summer last year, a Veolia purchase of Suez has been on the cards and now appears to be heading towards a...
PM23 machine at Lee & Man Paper mill in Malaysia commissioned
The PM23 papermaking machines at Lee & Man Paper's mill in Malaysia has been commissioned, according to its manufacturer.
Nine Dragons and Lee & Man planning massive mills on China/Vietnam border
Chinese mill groups Nine Dragons and Lee & Man have separately revealed plans to build huge mills on the border of China...
Recycling prices and market commentary: 5 February 2021
There is a lot to think about for those moving recyclate at the moment, with different grades reacting to different conditions.
Nine Dragons Paper scaling up wood pulp and fibre production following China ban
Chinese paper mill group Nine Dragons Paper has revealed that it will have 3 million tonnes of wood pulp production capacity by...
Saica Natur facing unlimited fine for sending illegal waste to China from Scotland
Spanish-owned paper recycling group Saica Natur has admitted in court to attempting to illegally send mixed waste to China and now faces...
Turkey bans mixed plastic imports and requires all waste imports to have identity documentation
Turkey's General Directorate of Environmental Impact Assessment, Permit and Inspection has announced that the country has banned imports of mixed plastics.
Lee & Man investigating new recycled paper mill in Myanmar
Chinese company Lee & Man is looking into building a new recycled paper mill in Myanmar. A meeting has been held between Lee & Man...
Nine Dragons planning massive increase in capacity at existing Malaysia paper mill
An application to drastically increase the capacity of its existing Malaysia paper mill has been made by Chinese company Nine Dragons Paper.
Nine Dragons Paper to build recycled paper mill in India
A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between Nine Dragons Paper and the Indian state government of Maharashtra to allow the building...