Shanying recycled paper mill

Shanying recycled pulp line begins operation in Thailand

Chinese paper company Shanying International has begun the operation of its recycled pulp line at its new facility in Thailand.
Mixed plastics

Recycling prices and market commentary: 5 November 2021

It was a week for fireworks in the plastic packaging market, with a surprise announcement regarding the PRN/PERN market pushing up prices.
Biffa truck in London

Biffa to buy Viridor’s collections business and some recycling assets for £126 million

Viridor's collection business and certain recycling assets will be bought by Biffa for £126 million. Completion of the deal...
Bales of OCC cardboard for recycling

Recycling prices and market commentary: 23 December 2022

This is the final market report of 2022. The next one will be published on 6 January 2023. Thank you to everyone...
Ben Richardson Valpak

Ben Richardson on the PRN market: February 2021

2020 is finally put to bed for packaging compliance, with the end of January seeing businesses and producer compliance schemes complying for...

SCA to double use of recycled fibre at Swedish mill following EIB loans

Packaging manufacturer SCA will double the amount of recycled fibre it uses at its Obbola kraftliner mill in northern Sweden with the...

Recycled paper export report: October 2020

Paper exports for key grades increased in October compared to the month before, according to the latest HMRC figures.

Recycling prices and market commentary: 16 September 2022

There are a lot of people hoping for the best, but fearing for the worst in the UK and global recycling market...
Taiwan waste paper restriction

Taiwan enforces ban on recycled plastics, mixed paper and news & pam

A ban on imports of recycled plastics, and most grades of paper has been started by the Taiwanese Government. As reported by REB Market Intelligence...
Recycling market week ahead

Recycling market conditions: looking ahead (16 April 2018)

This week is a complete return to normal for the recycling market, with all Easter holidays now out of the way, and most people...
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