Unparalleled Opportunity for Waste Industry & Government 2018-07-03 11:09:32 BLOG: Waste to Energy ‘Missing Link’ as Australia Deals with National Sword Impact SUEZ Australia & New Zealand CEO Mark Venhoek explains why waste to energy infrastructure is the missing link in Australia’s national waste management hierarchy as China’s National Sword policy alters the shape of the industry and opens opportunities… read more ... Mikko Paunio: How the Recycling Industry has added to Marine Plastic Litter 2018-06-28 11:10:22 BLOG: Save The Oceans – Stop Recycling Plastic Only a small fraction of plastic recovered from consumers is actually recycled: the material collected is dirty and so mixed up that most recovered plastic is simply burned or dumped: on land, in rivers, or even directly in the oceans. read more ... Smarter Recycling Facilities Key to Avoiding the Chop 2018-06-07 15:39:57 TOMRA E-Book: A Practical Guide to Meeting China’s National Sword for Recycling Firms TOMRA Sorting Recycling has published an e-book containing advice on how to meet the tough new rules for sending recyclable materials to China. read more ... Shifting Markets for E-Waste in Asia 2018-06-04 15:14:01 BIR E-Scrap Committee: China Policy “A Challenge and an Opportunity” Faced with China’s National Sword policy, processing operations have been moving to South East Asian countries. However, these nations are also sharpening their focus on environmental controls. read more ... FiberMax Helping Recyclers Meet China’s National Sword Policy 2018-06-01 10:32:17 VIDEO: Terry Schneider Talks with WMW About CP Group’s Latest Recycling Equipment CP Global CEO & President, Terry Schneider, explains the company's history and recycling equipment, including the the MSS FiberMax optical sorting machine which is helping recycling facilities meet China's strict National Sword policy. read more ... BLOG: Aussie MRFs & Councils Set to Feel Pinch of Chinese National Sword Policy 2018-02-16 14:53:31 2018 - A Year of Pain for Australian Material Recycling Facilities China’s National Sword policy has far reaching consequences for very many countries. Mike Ritchie explains the impact for Australian councils, waste managers and recyclers. read more ...
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