Paper mills foresee higher OCC prices this year

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Major recovered paper end users anticipate paying more for feedstock as 2021 progresses, according to recent statements from company executives. Mill operators also shared updates on their recycled fiber capacity expansions.

Paper mills experienced a turbulent year for fiber sourcing in 2020, when OCC prices skyrocketed from $25 per ton in January to $107 per ton just four months later, according to RecyclingMarkets.net.

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Source: Resource Recycling

 

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