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China issues new licences for import of recovered paper

OCC collection in central London, Copyright EUWID
OCC collection in central London,
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15 Jul 2019 − 

On 10 July, Chinese authorities published new licences for import of recovered paper for the third quarter. Import batch no. 10 covers a volume of roughly 1.7 million t of recovered paper.

 

Nine Dragons received licences for the import of 697,000 t, Lee & Man for 324,000 t, Shanying International for 198,000 t, Pinghu Rongchen for 102,000 t and Dongguan Jianhui for 84,000 t.

The latest 1.7 million t of import licences is the 10th RCP import batch issued by Chinese regulators this year. Recycling and waste companies across Europe are closely following the volume of recovered paper allowed for export to China, especially in RCP net exporting countries such as UK or Italy.

Please find the detailed list of licences in our next issue, which will be published on 16 July.

 

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