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A waste import ban imposed by China in July 2017 has seen Australia instead export waste materials to nearer neighbours, including Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia.

The waste is being used by local producers, who say they use it because it is cheaper to burn than wood, but the fumes are creating serious health hazards.

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A waste import ban imposed by China in July 2017 has seen Australia instead export waste materials to nearer neighbours, including Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia. The waste is being used by local producers, who say they use it because it is cheaper to burn than wood, but the fumes are creating ser...View More
November 24, 2019