Replanet, the largest recycler in California, went

  • Detail

Replanet, the largest recycling business in California, closed down on August 5, replanet, the largest recycling center operator in California, announced the closure of its business, closed 284 recycling centers and cut 750 jobs. However, the company's recycling station in Temple City is still sold from time to time with recyclables. It's incredible to learn that the company went bankrupt.

the Chinese American uncle living nearby said, "I came on Sunday and Monday. Today, the fourth day, I didn't see it open the door, and I found a note posted today." The recycle bin did not close down. During the visit, I only saw a white paper pasted on the door, which could not be satisfied anywhere else. It simply said "closed", and the small characters added: "they said it closed down."

the Chinese American old man lost money.

the Chinese American old man said that he went out every day, pulled a small car after his bicycle, picked it up while walking. About 30 minutes away, he picked up a small car of plastic bottles Iron aluminum cans. He said, "some people will give me recyclables for free. I want to give money, but they don't accept it."

the old man goes to the recycle bin three to four times a week, for about a dozen dollars each time. He said, "children will be unhappy because they store too many recycled products at home." The old man said that in the past, when the recycle bin opened at 9:30 in the morning, he had to queue up at 8:00. Although he arrived early, he sometimes had to queue for three or four hours. Many people work on picking up and retrieving goods, and they can earn thousands of dollars a month

after staying in the recycle bin for about 20 minutes, I met three people who wanted to sell recyclables but were overwhelmed. Most people said they didn't know that the recycle bin was closed. They all said that because the development prospect was very optimistic every day, they saw many people queuing up to exchange for recycling money, and they didn't see any operational difficulties

the business of other recycling bins has become busy.

the president of replanet announced that the company suspended business because of soaring business costs and falling prices for recycled aluminum and pet plastics. As early as three years ago, replanet closed 191 recycling centers and cut 300 jobs. According to a survey of the recycling industry in California conducted by consumer watch group consumer watchdog, more than 40% of the recycling centers have been closed in the past five years, resulting in only half of the recycling funds of bottles and cans being taken away

when visiting the recycling stations subordinate to other recycling center operators, many people still went to sell plastic bottles and iron aluminum cans. An employee of a recycling bin in San Gabriel said that their business has become busier because the recycling bin under replanet has been closed

California regulations require garbage recycling

a Chinese who went to the recycling bin said that in addition to collecting their own wine bottles and drink cans, many people drink drinks in recent summer. Walking around the park can accumulate thousands of special bottles a week

California regulations strictly require garbage recycling, and more than half of all urban domestic garbage must not be buried and must be recycled. 2 to form various experimental data and curves. The new decree ab341 issued in 012 further stipulates that by 2020, the urban domestic waste recovery rate must be increased to 75%, and even the waste recovery rate of most of the buried commercial areas must reach 30%. At the beginning of this year, California legislators proposed ab1080, requiring that by 2030, plastics and other disposable materials sold in California must be reusable, or fully recyclable, or compostable. At present, ab1080 has passed the vote of the State House of Representatives and is being reviewed by the State Senate

the results can be displayed on a digital display or PC. in the past, most of the recycled garbage in California was shipped to China. However, since July 2017, China has banned the import of 125 kinds of solid wastes in 14 categories, including waste plastics, waste paper, waste slag, waste textiles and slag, which has impacted the recycling industry. Most waste disposal companies in Southern California are turning to Southeast Asia or other regions to find new waste export stations

Copyright © 2011 JIN SHI