The Indonesian government had announced that it is using the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) specifications for recovered paper, which set a standard of 1-2% for prohibitives and 3-4% for outhrows.
It also revealed that it is using the specifications to define its use of the word ‘homogeneous’ in describing the conditions of the bales.
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