The ban on imports of plastics to China has led to one Malaysian recycling company handling 28% more material.
In an interview with the Xinhua news agency, Heng Hiap Industries has said year-on-year it has seen this growth since the Chinese ban was implemented.
Its chief executive Seah Kian Hoe said: "We are working towards our target sales growth of 25% this year."
More than 70% of the finished product is sent abroad to 30 countries, including China and exports of this to China are expected to grow.
"We are talking to some potential customers in . . .
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