China’s Hangzhou Customs returned 1,100 tonnes of waste paper in last week

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Hangzhou Customs officials inspect rejected waste paper
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In the first week of August, Hangzhou Customs has returned over 1,100 tonnes of waste paper to the country of origin.

This is because the material did not meet Chinese specification under its environmental regulations.

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On 7 August, 18 containers including 220 tonnes of material were returned to the country of origin from Zhejiang Jiaxing Port.

The containers were found to include not only paper, but other waste items, pests and organisms.

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