Non-ferrous metals rise, plastics remain stable 

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Non-ferrous metals saw an increase in price per tonne as copper rose by £100 and brass by £150, according to last week’s Intelligence report.   

Aluminium remained unchanged. 

In paper and cardboard grades, OCC was up by £12, while ONP and mixed paper remained stable. 

Plastics including PET bottles, HDPE 95/5 baled and HDPE 98/2 saw no change in price. 

Non-ferrous metals such as HMS 1 remained unchanged.  

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