Metal prices rise and so does OCC, otherwise stable

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The main movers in last week’s Intelligence report on recycled materials were metals.

Copper rose by £75 per tonne, and brass was up by £25 per tonne.

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However, aluminium grades were mostly unchanged.

In paper, only OCC changed in value increasing by just £1 per tonne.

Plastics prices were unchanged. 

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