October is normally one of the busiest times in the year for the trade of recyclable commodities in the build-up to Christmas.
But 2018 looks to be different, with the market already reporting that conditions appear to be quieting down already after a sluggish summer.
For plastics, the main focus is on trying to find markets, while paper trade is responding to Chinese quota conditions.
Otherwise, the overall macro-economic conditions are good. The . . .
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