Indonesia imposes 100% inspections on recycled paper imports – and other recyclables too?

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A 100% inspection regime has been placed on containers shipping recycled paper into Indonesia.

The rules were implemented on 1 April, but have only come to light now due to the US Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries receiving a notice from inspection firm Cotecna of the measures.

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Indonesian inspectors will require 100% of material to be presented for inspection, and will analyse 10% of it.

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