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Revived economies drive metal demand

Growing auto production and rebounding steel sector boost challenged markets. A decline in prices reported in the previous issue continued…

Press ahead with CE agenda, insists EuRIC

The urgent need to implement the EU’s circular economy agenda was a key message from an online conference organised by…

British Steel back in profit and boosted by £100 million

British Steel is investing £100 million in the business with an emphasis on scrap and sustainability. The owners Jingye Group…

‘No final decisions yet’ on modernising LME

Scrap dealers have been assured that proposals to fundamentally change the way the London Metal Exchange (LME) operates remain for…

Ban tyre granules at your peril, says EuRIC

Recyclers have warned the European Commission of the consequences of banning granular infill produced from end-of-life tyres (ELT), arguing the…

Wales sets out circular economy drive

The Welsh Government is looking to consolidate the nation’s position as one of the leading recyclers with a new strategy…

Plastic markets strong but freight rates a burden

Recyclers enjoying strong markets for plastic believe the optimistic outlook can be attributed to re-stocking after the pandemic as well…

Post-pandemic recovery shows strength of recycling

Economic support from governments during the coronavirus pandemic and the effect on prices for ferrous scrap will have a lasting…

Recycling-savvy fashion designers praised

Designers using recycled textiles at one of the world’s most prestigious fashions shows have been praised by the Global Recycling…

Optimism in stainless steel snapshot

The stainless steel sector in the EU has recorded a solid start to the year, supported by some price increases,…

2021 likely to be ‘year of rebound’ for steel

The steel sector expects business to rebound in 2021 with anticipated growth in China seen as a significant factor. According…