Biomass energy, Waste paper, Renewable energy sources, Waste products as fuel, Electricity, Wood, and Prices
The author comments on the rising value of waste paper as wood is being used to generate electricity in Great Britain. According to the author, the value of wood is now connected with the price of electricity which means that a higher price is being paid for it. The author believes that waste paper will soon be used to co-fire power stations for biomass energy.
The article focuses on the increase of demand for imported rag collections in Great Britain. It has been emphasized that the reasons for the quiet trading for both new and reclaimed textile fibers were because of the rising energy and freight cost. In Australia, the world's largest producer of wool has seen a drop of 10 percent in values. The man-made fibers are continuing to be affected by the demand for polyamide styles in both thread waste and fabric. The fiber prices being offered by Taiwan and Hong Kong, China keeps away the possibility of increase for fiber demand in Great Britain.