Modest price increases for paper, ferrous metals also rise

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Last week’s Intelligence report showed some small price rises for key paper grades and a rise for ferrous metals.

Both OCC and mixed paper were up by £2 per tonne on the week before.

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While most industrial metals were unchanged on the week before, there was a rise of £15 per tonne for ferrous metals.

Steel cans also saw a rise of about £20 per tonne.

All other material grades were unchanged. 

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