Chinas foreign garbage ban was implemented in April, and countries are still busy finding another way out.

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 Chinas foreign garbage ban was implemented in April, and countries are still busy finding another way out.


China has been the worlds largest importer of recycling resources for decades, and many countries take it for granted, but Beijing has decided to ban 24 recyclable wastes from January this year, making countries scrambling, Reference News reported in May 5th. Now the ban has been in operation for more than four months, and exporters of resource recovery are still busy trying to find another way out. According to the Taiwan United News Network quoted us media CNBC in May 4th, in the face of the changes, the EU is considering the use of plastic taxes. The UK seeks to transport some recyclable resources to Southeast Asia, while the United States hopes to cancel the ban in China, but experts believe that no one can be carried out for a long time. Previously, most of the recycling resources in the United States, the United Kingdom, the European Union and Japan were exported to mainland China. Chinas mainland customs data showed that after the foreign garbage ban on the road, the first quarter of Chinas mainland imports of plastic, waste paper, metal and other solid waste plunged 54%, while Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand and other Southeast Asian countries import recyclable resources suddenly increased, but experts believe that these countries can not fill China. The gap left by the continent. According to Greenpeaces data, more than half of the worlds recycled resources are shipped to China before the Beijing ban, and at the peak of the peak, China imports nearly 9 million tons of waste plastic in one year. Today, mainland China has leapt to the second largest economy in the world, paying more attention to the pollution of air and water resources. China has closed tens of thousands of heavily polluting factories, promoting the use of renewable energy and issuing large quantities of green bonds. The report says, however, there is still a long way to go for mainland China. Nevertheless, in the eyes of environmental organizations, Chinas continent is still a great victory to ban 24 kinds of waste, which not only makes the Chinese mainlands ecological environment more clean, but also compels countries to strengthen their recyclable resources. This article source: Reference News Net editor: Zhang Haitong _NN9053