China planning to pilot “no waste cities” to replace foreign imports

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Li Ganjie at the 13th National People's Congress recently
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The Chinese Government has announced plans to develop ten "no waste cities".

These cities will be chosen to pilot ways to ensure more material is collected and sorted, while also implementing waste minimisation projects to prevent it in the first place.

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China is not seeking to completely eliminate waste in the chosen cities, but aims to "achieve the minimum amount of solid waste generated, and the full utilisation of resources . . .

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