Copper and brass rise, paper falls 


Non-Ferrous metals saw an increase as copper rose by £100 per tonne and brass by £200 per tonne, according to last week’s Intelligence report. 

Most other non-ferrous metals such as aluminium remain stable.  Ferrous metal prices were unchanged.  


Paper saw a decrease in price as OCC and ONP lost £5 per tonne, while mixed paper lost £4 per tonne. 

Plastics grades also saw no change in price.