Accredited Reprocessors and Exporters
Buying on t2e gives you flexibility to buy PRNs at your chosen price. You can get very involved, or simply leave your bids with your account manager and save time. By using t2e to buy direct from reprocessors and exporters at cost price, you make savings where a broker would normally make a margin. From placing bids to settlement, t2e ensures your PRN purchasing is smart, simple and safe, and you receive your PRNs within 7 days, guaranteed.
Being responsible for procuring large numbers of PRNs on behalf of producers and with the requirement to purchase according to operational plans, compliance schemes can benefit from the from the flexible buying options, swift settlement process, and access to the selling capacity of over 75% of the reprocessors and exporters in the market.
t2e is your shop window for your PRNs. Forward contracts, reduced trading fees, market information and access to a wealth of buyers makes t2e one of your most important tools in selling your PRNs.
Organisations and independant traders can sign up as a representatives and use t2e to purchase PRNs on behalf of a third party; the third pary is not required to be a t2e member.
The Environment Exchange is widely recognised as a respected voice in the PRN industry, both for pricing information and for editorial content. If you are interested in receiving pricing information or would like to discuss editorial content for your publications please contact email@example.com.
t2e produce a range of market reports for members and a quartely market report which is distributed industry-wide to over 6,000 participants. To find out more or to discuss contributing, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2009 t2e saw an increase in membership and in volumes traded on the markets. In 2009, t2e reached the significant milestone of 1 million tonnes traded, which represents 15% of the PRN market that year.
In 2010, t2e reached the trading milestone of 1 million tonnes for the second year in a row but this year achieved it 7 weeks earlier than last year with a like for like trading increase of 7% on 2009.