According to the head of a Chinese metal recycling body, scrap metal regeneration companies in China are likely to face “huge pressure” after the country banned imports on more types of solid waste.
Reuters reported that the President of the recycling branch of China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association (CNMIA) Shang Fushan told an industry forum that China’s recycled metal output would increase slower, or even decline in the coming years, following the introduction of . . .
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