Metro Vancouver tracks China’s recycling banMetro Vancouver tracks China’s recycling ban<div class="ExternalClass34B7EBAD1DFA46F8A10A943115C429AA"><p>Metro Vancouver is monitoring the changing recycling market in China and the potential impacts to waste diversion programs across the region.</p><p>The move follows a decision by the Chinese government earlier this year to initiate a program called the National Sword, which prohibits the import of contaminated recyclable material loads such as plastics, paper and cardboard. This means that loads of recyclables imported to China must have no more than 0.5% contamination.</p><p>These new standards are concerning to recyclable material brokers, processors and agencies throughout North America, as recycling facilities will need to invest additional resources to reduce contamination, which increases overall recycling processing costs.</p><p>The good news is that recyclers in Metro Vancouver produce higher quality recyclables compared to many other North American jurisdictions because of the regional focus on source separation: sorting different categories of recyclables at the curb. Also, local markets for some recyclables such as plastic containers are well developed, thanks to investments made possible through the Recycle BC product stewardship program.</p><p>It is possible that some local recyclers may still be negatively impacted by the China National Sword initiative. Metro Vancouver is continuing to monitor the situation and communicate with local recyclers.</p><div class="small-12 medium-4 columns"><p> <a href="https://vimeo.com/263598947" target="_blank"><img src="/metroupdate/PublishingImages/mu42-video-plastics.jpg" alt="" style="width:300px;" /></a></p></div><div class="small-12 medium-8 columns"> <p> <strong>Metro Vancouver Recyclable Plastics Not Affected by China’s Ban</strong></p><p>China's recent ban on importing recycling plastics has affected many cities, but not in the Metro Vancouver region. </p></div></div>http://heimat-deutschland.info/metroupdate/PublishingImages/mu42-contaminatedRecyclables.jpg2018-04-30T07:00:00ZGP0|#d3e8d469-5d09-45bf-a563-5bb6d8ae49fd;L0|#0d3e8d469-5d09-45bf-a563-5bb6d8ae49fd|Issue 42;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClass2469E15445534D4C90668FA3EE5B68D2"><p>​Metro Vancouver is monitoring the changing recycling market in China and the potential impacts to waste diversion programs across the region. The move follows a decision by the Chinese government earlier this year Metro Vancouver is monitoring the changing recycling market in China and the potential impacts to waste diversion programs across the region.</p></div>0

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