Rural recycling hit hard by shifting scrap market

WASHINGTON (TNS) — Big cities have shielded their residents from the impact of China’s decision last year to curtail the solid waste it will accept from other countries. But rural and small-town residents are starting to get squeezed by a change that is wreaking havoc on the global recycling market. Hannibal,

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