Deputy Minister of Japan’s Environment called for reducing incineration reports of CHINA PLASTIC GRANULATOR MACHINE

Date:2022-8-08 Author:Sam

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123] But in a press conference in the city recently, \”recycling treatment\” does not mean that all these materials are recovered through mechanical processing. In these materials
123] The plastic of 10% is regarded as \”garbage\” for incineration, and the remaining part is landfilled.
The current Japanese claim recycled 84%scrapped plastic, about 10 about 10 %Of the plastic is regarded as \”garbage\” for incineration, and the remaining part is landfilled.
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Photo: 当前日本主张将84%的报废塑料进行回收处理,约10%的塑料视作“垃圾”进行焚烧处理,剩余部分则填埋处理。 \u0026 nbsp;
123] Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Environment in Japan In -city reality Recently, Japan’s garbage recycling \”needs to gradually turn to other recovery forms other than heat recovery\”, and to plastic plastic The current status of waste incineration continues to increase.
Data from the Tokyo Plastic Cycle Revolution Utilization Association shows that the current Japanese claim will be recycled by the scrapped plastic of the scrapped plastic of the scrapped plastic, about
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65% The abandoned plastic is processed by some heat recovery method, 27% ] Through mechanical processing recycling, the rest

5% Passed chemical recycling treatment. Due to the strong growth of Japan’s economy, it is also accompanied by the growth of waste growth and the over -capacity treatment of landfills, which is reasonable to reduce scrapped plastic incineration. In the city reality, I hope that Japan can followFollowing the European steps, like Belgium, such as recycling leading countries, control the heat treatment of garbage.His appeal also received the support of Takata Hide, a professor at Tokyo Agricultural University of China.\”We should prevent the construction of more incineration furnaces.\” The continuous implementation of Japanese combustion waste, in addition to affecting the recovery ratio, has also become one of the reasons for global warming.