Viridor expecting lower second half revenue from recycling as a result of China import ban

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The owner of Viridor has said that it expects earnings from recycling to be lower in the second half of its financial year as a result of the impact of losing China as a market for plastics and mixed paper.

In a trading statement for its results until 31 March 2018, to be published in May, Pennon Group said: "In recycling, Viridor is focused on mitigating the impacts of China’s changes in recyclate import . . .

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