Law & Regulation

Exporting unprocessed recycling becoming ‘unviable’

Dan Brunskill
Tue, 10 Dec 2019

Exporting unprocessed recycling becoming ‘unviable’
Dan Brunskill
Tue, 10 Dec 2019
Oji Fibre Solutions has hiked paper recycling collection prices for a second time this year and wants government help to grow the industry as a global glut of recycling products drives down export prices.From January, the collection cost of Oji paper recycling bins will climb to $24.40, an 80 percent increase from the price set in July of $13.50. The monthly rental cost of a standard green wheelie bin remains unchanged.That is the company’s second price increase this year in response to a drastically shifting global market where China’s State C...

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