China adds to its list of approved CCIC offices

10 Jan 2019 − 

More branches of the CCIC, which is authorised to inspect solid waste, including recovered paper, to be exported to China, have been approved. The new list includes a Spanish branch.

The Chinese Government has added to its list of approved pre-shipment inspection offices run by the CCIC. The offices in question, which are located in countries around the globe, are authorised to inspect solid waste to be exported to China prior to its shipment. According to a statement of the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), a second list has now been published, adding four more offices.

The new locations include a CCIC branch in Spain. The first list naming 21 offices around the globe had caused some confusion on the market because it had not included the CCIC's Spanish branch in Barcelona. The Barcelona location has been added to this latest release. Other new additions include a branch covering all of Europe, an office in the Netherlands and one in Taiwan.

Read the entire article in EUWID Pulp and Paper no. 3 on 16 January.

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