The market for recyclables materials in June is moving more or less sideways.  The large move in plastic pricing we saw in May has stalled, paper pricing is mostly non-eventful and the metals are mixed.  This sideways movement does correlate nicely with the past seasonal pattern of a move up in Spring followed by a flattening in Summer and then a decline beginning in early Fall or late Summer.  The overall macro or global indicators of demand also support this sideways movement.  China demand is steady but subdued, the dollar hasn’t moved much relative to other currencies (although the May jobs report and the Fed’s reaction to it may change this somewhat) and the recent increase in energy values has been already baked into plastic pricing.  Going forward, we are expecting the past seasonal pattern to continue with mostly steady pricing for the next couple of months the most likely outcome.