Palpa News - Importers and breweries October 2014
1.1.2015 (vat 0%)
|RECYCLABLE PLASTIC BOTTLE||Recycling fee
1.1.2015 (vat 0%)
|Clear, less than 1,0 litre||0,01850|
|Clear, 1,0 ltr or more||0,03699|
|Coloured, less than 1,0 ltr||0,02644|
|Coloured, 1,0 ltr or more||0,04230|
|Mixed material, less than 1,0 ltr||0,08293|
|Mixed material, 1,0 ltr or more||0,12439|
|RECYCLABLE GLASS BOTTLE||Recycling fee
1.1.2015 (vat 0%)
|O,5 litre or less||0,08640|
|Over 0,5 litre||0,14400|
|O,5 litre or less, national markings *)||0,07920|
|Over 0,5 litre, national markings *)||0,13680|
|O,5 litre or less, Horeca||0,13230|
|Over 0,5 litre, Horeca||0,22050|
*) Recyclable glass bottle marked with Palpa's deposit symbol ' 0,10 € ' and the national barcode.
The recycling fee for beverage cans will decrease by 0,136 cents. The change in recycling fee is due to favourable development in aluminium recycling market including the market price outlook. PALPA has also improved the efficiency of logistics by increasing the baling plant network. The recycling fees for plastic bottles will remain on the same level as in 2014. The market situation for recycled PET material is challenging and lower material prices have reduced the income of the recycling system. PALPA has been able to compensate the market effect by improving efficiencies in handling and logistics network. The share of bottle returns via reverse vending machines has increased and saved counting and processing costs. PALPA has also improved the efficiency of logistics by increasing the plant network. The recycling fees for glass bottles will remain on the same level as in 2014. The return location network was expanded in 2012 and the consumers are gradually shifting their bottle returns to this wider network. This development reduces the return volume streams and adds the costs of the recycling system. PALPA has
been able to meet this challenge by increasing the logistics plant network, continuously developing the direct collection and improving the recognition of non-deposit glass bottles. The sales revenue of collected glass bottles does not compensate the recycling system costs to the same extent as in other recycling systems within PALPA. The Finnish consumers are still returning all beverage containers with excellent return rates that are world class in international comparison.
The new prices are available also on PALPA web site Material bank:
Further information: Managing Director Pasi Nurminen, tel. +358-9-86898665.
Palpa News - Importers and breweries May 2014
Deposit symbol change for beverage cans
PALPA has published new marking guidelines for Finnish deposit aluminium packages. The English version can be found at PALPA’s website. Please find the link below. The new deposit symbol for aluminium packages is harmonized with other recycling systems operated by PALPA (OW-PET and OWG-system). Packages with new deposit marking can be sold in Finnish market with immediate effect. Packages with old markings can be sold until 31st December 2017. During the transition period packages with both old and new markings are sold in the Finnish market. Changing the deposit symbol does not affect in package recognition in reverse vending machines and the deposit value remains the same € 0,15. Therefore change in barcode is not required when the marking is changed for existing packages.
Member and product statistics 5/2014
The number of manufacturing and importing companies that have joined deposit recycling systems operated by PALPA has grown steadily in recent years. Currently our recycling systems involve 166 different companies and there is more than 12.000 different packages registered in the systems.
Recycling system for aluminium packages: 43 companies, 1 088 packages
Recycling system for OW-PET packages: 76 companies, 1 586 packages
Recycling system for OW-glass packages: 105 companies, 9 320 packages
Lataa tiedosto: Palpa_Tiedottaa_Juomateollisuus_28.5.2014.pdf