During the inspection of Dayaowan Customs inspectors, it was found that there was an abnormality in the imported goods named copper ore sand, which was suspected of falsifying the name of the goods. Customs officers then sampled the goods and sent them for inspection. Afterwards, the authoritative department confirmed that the samples were complex in composition, very low in copper content, and contained obvious alumina and metal aluminium (including aluminium alloy) debris, which were aluminium-containing slag, slag and residue. Generally speaking, it conforms to the characteristics of ash produced by aluminium smelting or aluminium scrap recycling and smelting, and belongs to the prohibition of importing solid waste in China.
The Customs Inspection and Inspection Department of Dayaowan handed over the case to the Customs Anti-smuggling Department, and then filed the case for investigation. After that, through the communication and cooperation of several business departments at the customs site, and through the local environmental protection department, the relevant enterprises are convened to cooperate with the customs to fulfill the obligation of returning the goods on the ticket. So far, under the close supervision of Dayaowan Customs, the large number of imported foreign garbage was eventually returned out of the country.
Source: Liable Editor of Peninsula Morning News: Li Wan_B11284