Indonesian regulations introduce 0% contamination limit on recycled paper, plastics and metals

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New Indonesian regulations on the import of recycled materials appear to introduce a 0% contamination limit.

Indonesia's Ministry of Trade has published the new rules on the import of "non-hazardous waste materials and toxic industrial raw materials".

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The regulations, which came into force on . . .

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