Domestic destinations for recycled paper and plastic are growing. Is National Sword the reason?

Source: Waste Dive

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In the five years since China disrupted the global flow of recyclable materials with its National Sword policy, the U.S. has seen investments in new or upgraded end market infrastructure worth hundreds of millions of tons in capacity.

Yet debate continues over the extent to which that country’s scrap import policies influenced the domestic investment wave. 

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Source: Waste Dive

 

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