'National Sword' cuts deep into Australia's recycling industry

By Felicity Caldwell
April 20 2018 - 6:28pm

China's 'National Sword' restrictions on recycling has left an estimated 1.25 million tonnes - or 20 per cent - of Australia's recycling with nowhere to go, and councils facing tough decisions.

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