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Letter to Jurisdictions from CalRecycle Regarding National Sword

Jan 16, 2018 ... This letter provides information on the China's import restrictions and ... In 2013, China implemented Operation Green Fence, which aimed to ...

How China's Waste Ban Could Impact Global Waste Management

Nov 27, 2017 ... The Chinese National Sword campaign incorporates a decision to clamp down ... Since Operation Green Fence[1] was announced in 2013, the ...

China is clamping down on dirty recycling from across the globe

Jan 1, 2018 ... The National Sword policy follows China's “Green Fence,” a 10-month policy the country enacted five years ago, which set initial standards for ...

What comes next after China's scrap ban surprise? | Waste Dive

Jul 24, 2017 ... Less than a week after China shook up the global recycling industry with its ... The 2013 Operation Green Fence limited imports and the more ...

China No Longer Wants Your Trash. Here's Why That's Potentially ...

Jan 24, 2018 ... The U.S. exported 16 million tons of waste to China that year, worth .... the government launched a campaign dubbed Operation Green Fence, ...

Operation Green Fence and What it Means to Canadian Recyclers ...

For some years China has imposed restrictions on the import of solid waste. ... This enforcement has been nicknamed Operation Green Fence by market ...

Incentive To Innovate: China Will No Longer Take Our Junk For ...

Nov 16, 2017 ... Many recyclable materials are being banned from import into China, the ... is part of a broader customs program called Operation Green Fence, ...

China tries to keep foreign rubbish out - Anti-dumping - The Economist

Aug 3, 2017 ... All in all, China spent over $18bn on imports of rubbish last year. ... As it is, Operation Green Fence has put lots of small recyclers out of ...

ISRI Convention: China's Green Fence - Recycling Today

Apr 23, 2013 ... In the early months of 2013 shippers of secondary commodities into China have slowly begun to learn about “Operation Green Fence,” an effort ...

Looming Chinese Import Ban Creates U.S. Recycling Bottleneck ...

Sep 15, 2017 ... China's newly announced position on recycling imports actually goes back to 2013, and a government plan called “Operation Green Fence.

washington refuse & recycling association - San Juan County

Oct 6, 2017 ... China set to ban import of many recyclable materials by 2018 ... of a broader Chinese customs program called “Operation Green Fence,” which ...

Impact of China's Waste Ban is Global - Collective Responsibility

Jan 16, 2018 ... As the world's largest waste importer, China received more than 7.35 ... the Chinese government launched the “Operation Green Fence,” a ...

Could China's 'green fence' prompt a global recycling innovation ...

Aug 27, 2013 ... It's estimated that more than 800,000 tonnes of recyclables or scrap have been rejected since February via Operation Green Fence, China's first ...

From Green Fence to red alert: A China timeline - Resource Recycling ...

Feb 13, 2018 ... China launches intensive inspections of incoming loads of scrap material, ... This initiative is seen as different from Green Fence because it inspects ..... as the “largest scale” operation cracking down on waste imports to date.

Why North American recyclers are reinvesting in processing and ...

Jul 5, 2018 ... China's seemingly “no strings attached” welcoming attitude toward imported scrap changed perceptibly in 2013 with Operation Green Fence.

China's National Sword and Recycling Import Ban: Responding to ...

Mar 19, 2018 ... Weak enforcement ended in 2013, when Chinese President Xi Jinping announced a program called Operation Green Fence. Customs officials ...

China's waste bans on recycling - Green Industries SA

In 2013, the Chinese Government adopted a policy known as Operation Green Fence to prohibit the import of unwashed and contaminated recyclable materials ...

What Operation Green Fence has Meant for Recycling | Waste360

Feb 11, 2016 ... Three years after China implemented Operation Green Fence, where do recycling export markets stand?