BIR Conference Told Ferrous Metal Markets for 2019 “Very Difficult to Predict” 12.10.2018 11:47 Turkey Increasingly Important to US Ferrous Scrap Metal Exporters as China Cuts Imports US scrap markets for ferrous metals will continue to rely on exports, despite the Section 232 measures adopted by the Trump administration, according to Fastmarkets metals analyst Lee Allen. read more … 10 MW Energy Recovery Plant to Boost Province’s Treatment Capactiy 02.07.2018 14:14 Everbright to Build 500 TPD Waste to Energy Plant in Qixia City, China China Everbright International has won the bid for the Shandong Qixia waste to energy and heat supply PPP Project from the Housing, Planning and Construction Administration Bureau of Qixia City. read more … Waste Plastics Need Floor Value to Boost Recycling 19.06.2018 13:46 BLOG: How to Transform Plastic Recycling Isabel Hilton explains that if we valued plastic differently we would recover its embedded energy and greatly reduce pollution both in the oceans and on land. read more … Smarter Recycling Facilities Key to Avoiding the Chop 07.06.2018 15:39 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 04.06.2018 15:14 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 … BLOG: Aussie MRFs & Councils Set to Feel Pinch of Chinese National Sword Policy 16.02.2018 14:53 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 … Extraordinary Restrictions Adversely Impacting Recycling Programs 16.01.2018 13:43 SWANA Disappointed as Chinese Government Finalises Waste Import Restrictions SWANA has expressed disappointment with China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) decision to finalise a quality standard of 0.5% for certain imported recyclables. read more …
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