Taiwan closes the door on plastic and bans mixed paper

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Taiwan waste paper restriction
Taiwan Environmental Protection Department deputy director Zhang Zijing shows the types of waste paper that are permitted and not permitted for import
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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.

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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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