Taiwan, the last Asian market for recovered plastic, has put the world on notice that it's about to close its doors.
A report by the Taipei Times printed earlier today claims that Taiwan’s Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) has proposed new regulations to curb imports of waste plastic and paper.
These new measures will be put in place as a direct result of imports increasing since the China ban was implemented in . . .
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