Why do PRN prices change?

PRNs are sold on an open market which means that prices fluctuate according to supply and demand. If there is a perceived shortage of PRNs then prices are likely to increase in response, but if there is a perceived excess of PRNs, the prices will decrease.

Prices for each grade can also fluctuate due to economic, political and social variables. The Clarity team work hard to inform our clients of these changes to offer you the most cost-effective and low risk solutions. You can sign up to weekly or monthly quotations here.

Trade with Clarity

Whether you are looking to buy or sell PRNs, or if you are a packaging compliance scheme or direct registrant obligated under the Producer Responsibility (Packaging Waste) Regulations, Clarity’s market-leading team can offer flexible trading options for Packaging Recovery Note (PRNs).

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