Germany imported a record-high amount of recovered paper in 2021, up 21% year-over-year to 5.3 million tonnes, primarily sourced from France, Denmark; Germany’s recovered paper exports fell 16% to record-low figures since 2006

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LOS ANGELES , March 10, 2022 () –

According to Germany’s Federal Statistical Office, Destatis, the country imported record-high amounts of recovered paper in 2021, Euwid reported on Mar. 10.

Destatis reported that Germany’s recovered paper imports in 2021 stood at 5.3 million tonnes, whereas the country imported 4.4 million tonnes in 2020. The biggest increases for imports came from France and Denmark. 

Meanwhile, Destatis also reported that Germany exported record-low amounts of recovered paper in 2021, a decrease of 16% year-over-year. 

The primary source for this article is Euwid, Gernsbach, Germany, published Mar. 10, 2022. To read the original article, click here. (Full report access may require a website subscription.)

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