South Korea to introduce full inspection of recycled paper imports and plans PET bottle ban

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Busan Port South Korea
Busan Port in South Korea where importers of paper and plastics may face more inspections
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The Ministry of Environment in South Korea has said that it is planning to introduce full inspections of recycled paper imports and potential restrictions on what can be imported.

It has also announced that it intends to work towards a full ban on recycled PET bottle imports by gradually limiting their import.

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In a statement, the Ministry of Environment blamed cheap imports of recycled paper grades for making it harder . . .

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