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Chinese mill orders new containerboard line

An unnamed Chinese mill in Zhejiang Province, China, has ordered a new recycled containerboard line, announced Valmet Oyj, the vendor that will supply the equipment. Valmet said the high-speed board… You must be logged in…


Chinese scrap policy creates global market ripples

China’s new policies regulating the importation of scrap paper and other recyclables has pushed down prices and caused international exporters to seek alternative markets, according to traders reporting national market… You must be logged in…


100 percent inspections announced in China

Between now and June 4, 2018, every container of scrap received from the U.S. at Chinese ports will be emptied and inspected, China Certification and Inspection Group (CCIC) North America… You must be logged in…







No emerging markets to replace China

Simon Elin, chief executive of The Recycling Association, of the U.K., said emerging markets have not picked up the slack for China’s reduction in imports of recyclables. Domestically, Elin said,… You must be logged in…


Mixed paper heads to Seattle landfills

Seattle recycling processor Republic Services is sending “hundreds of tons” of mixed paper to landfills, a move triggered by the loss of the industry’s biggest market for recycled commodities. Republic,… You must be logged in…