China expert suggests 20-30% of Chinese plastics recycling capacity has moved to South East Asia already

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Steve Wong Fukutomi Company
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A leading figure in the Chinese recycling sector has suggested that 20-30% of the plastic recycling capacity that was once found in China has moved to other countries in South East Asia.

Fukotomi chairman and China Scrap Plastic Association (CSPA) executive president Steve Wong said that he had revised his previous estimate that 5-10% of capacity had moved to South East Asia to 20-30% from discussions with other industry players.

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