WPT - SUCCESSES IN WASTE PAPER AND USED PLASTICS

For over 25 years, WPT has helped shoulder the responsibility for the reuse of waste paper and used plastics as valuable raw materials through successful recycling. Our international network enables us to offer solutions to sellers and buyers of secondary raw materials on international recycling markets. WPT is a partner for manufacturing, trade and municipalities in both procurement and sales.

Sustainability and optimum reuse of raw materials are more important than ever before. By contributing to this recycling effort, WPT helps ensure sustainability for the benefit of our environment and future generations. That is what our name will always stand for - in the past, the present and the future!

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Paper 

Newspapers, paper, cardboard, letters and much more. WPT's services are not limited to buying and selling waste paper on the EN 643 list of grades.

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Plastics

WPT trades in plastics, films, grounds and granulate in PET, PE-HD, PVC, PE-LD, PP and PS grades.

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OTHER RAW MATERIALS

These include glass, wood and metal; secure disposal channels exist for these as well. The possibilities for buying and selling secondary raw materials are endless.

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Recovered paper prices in France take first step back

23-11-2021 - Paper producers in France feel that availability of the ordinary recovered paper grades has improved somewhat. Prices therefore declined in November. Even as paper producers are fighting enormous cost…

RCCM producers go for higher prices in Germany

08-11-2021 - Prices for recycled corrugated case material (RCCM) continue to rise in Germany and it is still unclear how much higher they will go.

EU ban on recovered paper exports to India to be corrected

26-10-2021 - It was not the intention of the Indian government to ban recovered paper imports from the EU, and updates to an EU Regulation that will result in such a ban are indeed what they initially appeared to …

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