Global recycling, water and energy company Veolia has released its latest first-half results for 2018, which show that its revenue from recycled paper prices fell by €46 million (£41 million).
This was out of a total revenue fall from recycled materials of €64 million (£57 million).
In the UK and Ireland zone, revenue increased +4.4% to €1.084.9 million (£965 million) due to good private finance incentives and industrial service contract wins . . .
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