'We're not hitting the panic button': City unsure how China's recycling ban will affect local programs
Air Date: Jan 16, 2018 3:36 PM CT
An import ban in China on most foreign recyclable materials has caused paper and plastic products to build up in depots across Canada and the U.S., but City of Winnipeg officials would not say whether this will affect our city.
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