July 2011 Baled Scrap Price History Aug 1 2011

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July 2011 Baled Scrap Price History Aug 1 2011

  1. 1. Quality * History * Service* ValueBaled Scrap Price History Baled Scrap Price History July 2011 Report Prepared by,  Joe Perillo 8/1/2011 PTR Baler & Compactor WWW.PTRCO.COM Light Sweet Crude Oil Baled Used Cardboard Baled Mixed PET Scrap Baled Mixed PET Scrap Baled Clear PP Scrap Baled Used Aluminum Cans Secondary Commodity Composite Index
  2. 2. PTR Baler & Compactor  Mission Statement Mi i St t tTo protect and preserve the environment by  providing and servicing recycling and  waste reduction products. 
  3. 3. How To View These Reports• The reports are a reference point only since  market prices for individual commodities  market prices for individual commodities fluctuate by region and configurations of how  the scrap commodity is packaged i.e. loose or  baled, bale size, truck TL or LTL etc…• PTR Baler & Compactor uses these reports as  leading indicators for recycling equipment  projections. j ti• Individuals will need to use their own market  evaluation tools or individual pricing sheets by  evaluation tools or individual pricing sheets by region and how they configure the scrap  commodity to determine the best price for  their scrap. 
  4. 4. Recycling Statistics Material  Energy  Air Pollution  • Each ton (2000 pounds) of recycled paper can save 17 trees Savings  Savings  • 380 gallons of oilAluminum 95% 95% • three cubic yards of landfill spaceCardboard 24%  — • 4000 kilowatts of energyGlass 5‐30% 20% • 7000 gallons of water gPaper 40% 73%  • This represents a 64% energy savings, a 58% water savings, andPlastics 70% — 60 pounds less of air pollution!Steel 60% — • The 17 trees saved can absorb a total of 250 pounds of carbon dioxide from the air each year. • Burning that same ton of paper would create 1500 pounds of carbon dioxide.
  5. 5. 200180 $175160 $162162 $ $156 $154 $148 $147.5 $147.5 $146 $151 $146 $145 $147 $143 $142 $144 $142140 $140 $140 $141 $139 $135 $134 $131 $127 $128 $130 $130130 $133 $ $132 $126 $125 $127120 $123 $119 $115 $110 $110 $106 $107 $105100 $102 $102 $96 $98 $97.3 92 $91 $93 $93 $99 89 $88 $94.9 $ 82 $83 $84$86 $84$84 80 $78$75$79 $80 $79$78 $78 $74 $75 $71 $69 $72$73 $71 $68 $65 $66 $67 60 $60$60$60$60 $54 $55$52$52 $45$42$45 $ $ 40 20 0 Light Sweet Crude Oil NYMEX Baled Corrugated Cardboard Spot Market TL Price Per Ton  Source: Recyclersnet.com Moneycentrol.msn.com    
  6. 6. 12001000 $980 $980 $940 $940 $920 $900 $860 $860 $840 $820820 $ $820 800 $800 $780 $780 $760 $760760 $ $740 $740 $720720 $ $680680 $ 600 $600600600 $ $ $600 $600 $580 $560 $560 $560560 $ $560 $560 $540 $520 $520 $520520 $560 $ $500 $500 $500500500 $500 $ $ $480480480480480480 $ $ $ $ $ $460 $460460460460460 $ $ $ $ $460 $460 $440 $440440440 $ $ $440 $420 $420420420 $ $ $420 $420 400 $400 $400400400400400 $ $ $ $ $360360360 $ $ $340340340 $ $ $320 200 0 Baled Mixed PET Spot Market TL Price Per Ton  Baled Clear PP Polypropylene Shrink Wrap Spot Market TL Price Per Ton  Source: Recyclersnet.com
  7. 7. Baled Aluminum Used Beverage Container Spot Market TL Price Per Ton 2500 $2,120 $2,1202000 $2,040 $2,040 $2,020 $2,000 $1,860 $1,860 $1,880 $1,820 $1,840 $1 840 $1,740 $1,740 $1,760 $1,740 $1,740 $1,680 $1,680 $1,780 $1,620 $1,580 $1,5801500 $1,520$1,500 $1,520 $1,500 $1,460 $1,460 $1,400 $1,380 $1,380 $1,380 $1,320 $1,320 $1,280 $ , $1,200 $1,1401000 $1,020 $1,000 $960 $960 $920 $920 500 0 Baled Aluminum Used Beverage Container Spot Market TL Price Per Ton  Source: Recyclersnet.com
  8. 8. • The Secondary Commodity Composite Index tracks the changing market prices across the  spectrum  of the recycling industry. • The Index is a composite Index of 11 industry sectors within the recyclable (secondary) materials  marketplace.  p• The sectors include ferrous metals, non‐ferrous metals, exotic metals, waste/scrap paper, plastics,  textiles, tire/rubber, electronics, recovered minerals, curbside materials, waste energy and  automobile related scrap. 
  9. 9. THANK YOUJoe PerilloDirector of Supply Chain, Di t fS l Ch iLogistics & Lean EnterprisePTR Baler & Compactorjperillo@ptrco.com"Leadership Through Influence" For an opportunity to review your recycling  2207 East Ontario St and trash compaction needs visit us on the  Philadelphia, PA 19134web at www.ptrco.com (215) 533‐5100

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