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China’s 358 million take-away users generate a lot of garbage

Chinese Takeaway Food Delivery Staff In China, the takeaway industry is becoming more and more popular. As of now, China has 358 million takeaway users. Especially in big cities where life is very fast, white-collar workers who are unable to attend meals because of busy work are everywhere. At this time, the takeaway shows its …

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China and India signed the "Circular Economy Strategic Cooperation Framework Agreement

China and India signed a circular economy cooperation agreement

On September 7-9, 2019, the Sixth China-India Strategic Economic Dialogue and the China-India Economic Cooperation Forum jointly organized by the National Development and Reform Commission of China and the National Transitional Council of India were held in New Delhi, India. He Lifeng, the director of the National Development and Reform Commission of China, and Kumar, …

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India Successfully Completed Its First Biofuel Test Flight

According to the “India Times” reported on August 27, India’s low-cost airline Spice Air (SpiceJet) completed India’s first use of biofuels on the 27th, marking the Indian aviation industry to a new level. The biofuel aircraft is the Bombardier Q400, which flew from Dallas to Delhi, India, with a flight time of nearly 45 minutes. …

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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison

Australia Invests $20 Million To Support Plastic Recycling

The Australian government announced that it will invest US$20 million to accelerate its support for the development of its domestic plastics recycling industry. The funds will be provided through the Round 8 grant program of the Government Cooperative Research Center Project (CRC-P). Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the funding supports the government’s plan to ban …

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Japanese TV station filmed the situation of plastic garbage in a small Vietnamese village

Recently, reporters from Japan’s Asahi TV station have intensively photographed a village called Mingkai in the suburb of Hanoi, Vietnam. Although it is only an hour’s drive from Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, Mingkai Village has been “submerged” by plastic waste from all over the world. About 80% of the local villagers simply use plastic …

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What is the Basel Convention? What is its role?

The Basel Convention was adopted at the United Nations World Conference on Environmental Protection held in Basel, Switzerland on March 22, 1989, and entered into force in May 1992. It is an international convention to control the transboundary movement of hazardous wastes, aimed at curbing the transboundary movement of hazardous wastes, especially to developing countries …

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China-Kazakhstan remanufacturing parks helps waste tire processing enterprises develop international markets

The Silk Road is a new economic development zone based on the concept of the ancient Silk Road. The Silk Road Economic Belt is a vast country with abundant natural resources and a total population of nearly 3 billion. It has a huge market scale and development potential. It is called the strategic energy and …

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Malaysia: All plastic imports are banned within three years

Malaysian Minister of Housing and Local Government Zuraida Kamaruddin said that the Malaysian government has permanently stopped issuing plastic waste import licenses (APs). In addition, Zuraida said that Malaysia will gradually phase out imports of other types of plastics within three years. Zuraida said that in addition to health and environmental factors, the move is …

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First confirmed: microplastics have polluted the human body!

Microplastics in The Ocean In 60 seconds, the world sold 1 million plastic bottles and 2 million plastic bags. Degraded for more than 1,000 years. These waste plastics are broken into “microplastics” and they are everywhere. Now, they are already in the human body. A new study by the European Joint Gastroenterology Research Institute confirmed …

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