Ferrous metals rise, non-ferrous metals and paper falls 


Ferrous metals saw an increase as HMS 1 rose by £10 per tonne according to last week’s Intelligence report. 

Non-ferrous metals declined as copper fell by £400 from the previous week. Brass was down £100 and aluminium decreased £150.  


Paper saw a decrease this week as OCC and mixed paper both fell by £10 per tonne.  

ONP remained stable. 

Plastics such as PET, HDPE Natural 95/5 baled and LDPE 98/2 saw no change in price. 





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