Canada may dump money to remove garbage after Chin

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After China's "stop" of foreign garbage, Canada may resell money to take away the garbage

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core tip: [China Packaging News] in the past few decades, most developed markets have been famous for a clean environment, but people often ignore the fact that, Many developed markets do not have the ability to comprehensively treat waste [China Packaging News] in the past decades, most developed markets are famous for a clean environment, but people often ignore the fact that many developed markets do not have the ability to comprehensively treat waste. With the increasing pace of industrial civilization, there are more and more kinds of garbage, and a considerable part of garbage in developed markets is transported to emerging economies such as the Chinese market. However, since the beginning of last year, China has begun to say "no" to foreign garbage. After stopping some foreign garbage and refusing to be a global foreign garbage dump, the golden era of turning waste into treasure and earning foreign exchange has also come to an end in the developed market by using a series of authoritative certified freighters such as CNAs accreditation certificates to export garbage to China

for this reason, many developed markets around the world are crying bitterly, because what is the oil trapping phenomenon of their tensile testing machine? For a time, I was faced with a large number of garbage that had nowhere to be placed, and even the phenomenon of dumping money for transportation. In many markets in the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Japan, Australia and Canada, people are worried about the garbage that is difficult to dispose of, which almost caught them unprepared and plunged them into an unprecedented environmental crisis

for example, the head of the British Recycling Association admitted that since China's new regulations came into force, they have been helpless in the face of untreated garbage. In Australia, about 600000 tons of waste are affected by the China foreign waste ban every year. Gail Sloane, CEO of the Australian Waste Management Association, once said, "finding" housing "for these wastes in the short term will be a real challenge, which may change the nature of Australia's recycling industry."

it is worth noting that the garbage industry in many cities in Canada has also encountered difficulties. Foreign media said that Ottawa, the capital of Canada, was "invaded" by garbage, and various toys, household goods and other garbage covered the city with "dazzling clothes". In Toronto, at present, the garbage recycling company Canada fiber has about 13000 tons of garbage piled up in their warehouses. Because they can't find an export destination, they don't know where these "garbage mountains" should be transported. If they are reprocessed with high technology that meets environmental protection requirements, it will be a fatal blow to the company, and it is estimated that the direct economic loss will reach 1.7 million US dollars

richardlin, a Canadian Environmental analyst, told BWC Chinese that some waste recycling companies are now rising in price and increasing the price for transporting waste. In the past, they almost took the initiative to transport waste away. Now, in turn, they need to be dumped by garbage makers for money to be transported away. In fact, this is a dilemma that garbage is difficult to digest and deal with in many developed markets around the world

it is against this background that the above-mentioned developed markets have to reopen and look for garbage export destinations. Signs show that they have focused on many markets in Southeast Asia and South Asia. In the first few months of 2018, the import scale of plastic waste in Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam continued to expand. However, these markets soon found that they not only did not have the ability to comprehensively deal with excessive waste, but also their own environment further deteriorated

for example, according to the guardian, 80 plastic bags were found in the body of a dead whale in Thailand last June, triggering a discussion on the harmful effects of plastics on aquatic resources. Thailand announced last year that it plans to ban such waste from 2021 after it found that the processing plant violated the regulations. Sunita Narian, the leader of the Indian Center for science and environment and the environmental pollution control department, once said, "we should not become the world's garbage can. We can't afford the cost. We are choking on the air." Vietnam also temporarily banned the import of plastic waste in May last year after two ports were flooded with imported waste. Coincidentally, we noticed that things have made the latest progress

according to CNBC, many Malaysian Manufacturers of energy, technology, science and gas medical equipment are also working overtime. Yeo bee Yin, Minister of production and environment, said that China's ban on plastic waste has actually opened the eyes of Malaysia and many countries. After Malaysia announced in October last year that it would ban the import of plastic waste and severely crack down on factories that illegally dispose of such waste, Malaysia also plans to stop purchasing all types of plastics from overseas within three years. You know, as of July 2018, Malaysia imported 456000 tons of plastic waste from its 10 largest source countries - more than 316600 tons in 2017 and 168500 tons in 2016

the above signs mean that after China stops foreign garbage, markets such as Thailand and Malaysia may follow suit. Garbage placement in many developed markets is still a long-standing problem. As mentioned earlier in this article, this may be a new problem in countries such as Canada and Australia. BBC reported that it is time for Western garbage manufacturers to take on the real environmental protection instead of blindly hoping that China can relax the ban and re import foreign garbage. More and more flexible packaging materials are mainly high molecular polymers or their related materials. The market has deeply realized that economic growth does not have to be at the expense of a clean environment

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