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Experts Talk Recycled Paper Realities and Forecasts

Friday, September 20, 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Alyce Ryan
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MRF operators, brokers and others recently discussed why fiber is still “the elephant in the room” in municipal recycling conversations.

During a recovered fiber session at the 2019 Resource Recycling Conference and Trade Show in New Orleans, stakeholders from throughout the paper recycling sector discussed where the market is and where it’s headed.

Fiber is the “elephant in the room” as far as the value of the residential mix that municipalities receive, said Dave Claugus, vice president of Pacific Northwest MRF operator Pioneer Recycling Services.

The session featured experts from the American Forest & Paper Association, Gemini Corporation, the Continuous Improvement Fund, Sustana Fiber and Pioneer Recycling Services. It was moderated by Mick Barry of Mid-America Recycling.

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