The waste trade

Wahlin, Willhemina
December 2008
J@pan Inc.;Winter2008/2009, Issue 83/84, p32
The article presents a discussion about the growing rubbish trade. China is becoming the largest bidder for wastes because of resources that recycled products offer. In 2006, Japan around 543-840 tons of polyethylene terephthalate bottles were used. Various industries are benefiting from recycling waste.


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