<i>Plastics Recycling 2013</i>: Regulating Chinese plastics imports

Plastics Recycling 2013: Regulating Chinese plastics imports

The world's largest importing nation for recovered plastics is changing the way business is done in that country, and this will have a profound impact on plastics recycling in North America and Europe. The chairman of the Renewable Resources Trade Coordination Committee for China National Resources Recycling Association (CRRA) offers an insider's perspective on Chinese import regulations. This thorough presentation will review the details of market access conditions and environmental inspection standards, including Chinese administration of foreign suppliers of recovered plastics, the comprehensive stages of the inspection process, risk management and much more.

Don't be left behind — get your facts straight from the source at the 2013 Plastics Recycling Conference, which will be held March 19-20 in New Orleans. For more information, visit www.plasticsrecycling.com.

And, after the conference, stick around for the Global Plastics Environmental Conference's (GPEC) "The Latest Need to Know: From Recycling to Sustainability of Plastics." GPEC's conference will be held right after the Plastics Recycling Conference, March 20-22 at the same great location, the Sheraton New Orleans, right next to the Crescent City's famed French Quarter. Don't miss out on these two terrific events.

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