Paper and non-ferrous metal prices rose last week

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According to last week’s Intelligence report, the price of some paper and non-ferrous metals increased.

In paper, OCC and mixed were both up by £4 per tonne, while price rises were also seen for multi and SOW.

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Copper grades were up by £200 per tonne, while brass increased by £100 per tonne. Aluminium grades saw increases of £25 per tonne.

Plastics were unchanged.

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