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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…


China Customs reports paper smuggling

China’s Qingdao Customs Anti-Smuggling Bureau last month filed an investigation case against a paper company in Qingdao suspected of smuggling solid waste. On the spot, it seized more than 500… You must be logged in…




China’s scrap policy among concerns of WTO

Members of the World Trade Organization (WTO) continued their three-year review of the Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Agreement, discussing 56 trade concerns, including China’s environmental protection control standards for imported solid waste as raw…


ONP load rejected for OCC content

By Ken McEntee Amidst unsubstantiated rumors of major loads of scrap paper being turned away at Chinese ports, at least one rejection, characterized by China Inspection and Quarantine (CIQ) as “very serious,” was reported last…