One of the strange things about the recycling market in 2018 has been the ever increasing importance of the PRN/PERN market to the physical price.
For many years, glass was effectively subsidised by the PRN/PERN price, and there was a strong relationship between the plastic PRN/PERN and the market price for the material.
But this year has seen almost every material affected by the PRN/PERN. The year seems to be ending . . .
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