Miners Pan
China paid shipping in their returning empty ships after bringing us their made in China stuff, because we have a trades deficit, they send more to us than we send to them, so China filled their empty ships returning home with our garbage, because it was the same price for China to return empty or full of garbage. Point is, to say China bought our garbage is misinformation.

Why Does Half of the World’s Used Plastic End Up in China?
JUNE 21, 2018 3:11 PM

On Wednesday, researchers at the University of Georgia published a study based on United Nations data that predicts the world will have 111 million metric tons of excess plastic trash by 2030 that no one currently knows where to put. (Because China stopped taking our garbage).

Why was China importing so much used plastic in the first place?

To reuse it. China had a wealth of cheap labor
(child labor and adults) that could profitably refashion scrap plastic for the manufacturing of sandals, phones, bottles, hoses, and other products. (and where can I find this China recycled iphone plastic case today? It never existed, iPhone uses uses 70% virgin plastic).

Cargo ships began importing (loading) large quantities of waste in the 1980s and
(between) 1990s, when the country was riding high (US exports and) on a wave of reforms that had lifted many of the government’s controls on the economy and allowed the private (Mom and Pop) sector to thrive.

Brokers took waste shipments from the ports to the countryside and other
less economically developed areas, where small mom and pop outfits would buy the plastic and other scraps to use as raw materials for processing and manufacturing. (Are you going to believe it was the poorest ecomincal distressed "Mom and Pop" who bought your garbage?)

It was a mutually (really, why did china stop?) beneficial arrangement: Chinese (Mom & Pop) businesses welcomed waste plastic from overseas because it was often of a higher quality (higher quality is only virgin plastic that iPhone uses) (no America plastic is not better) than what was available domestically, (there was nothing available domestically) and countries like the U.S. and U.K. found that it was cheaper to send (pay the shipping cost) their trash abroad than to sort through it at (U.S. and U.K) home. Waste-plastic imports boomed after China became a member of the World Trade Organization in 2001, (because it is legal to ship whatever to China) which opened up a host of international (U.S. and U.K) business opportunities. (to charge you to recycle your garbage, to make you feel envirementally good) China was exporting more manufactured goods than ever before on enormous container ships, and businesses saw that it was inexpensive (shipping cost) to fill the empty space that (imported china made goods made from cheap adult child labor) was available on return trips with recyclable trash. This informal waste industry eventually grew to employ 3 to 5 million people. (3 to 5 million Chinese Mom's & Pops? I think it solved fr the US & UK "where to send our garbage" problem, and putting 3 to 5 million US & UK outsourcing manufactures and distributors and retail stores, and Amazon employees to work selling cheap Mom & Pop & Child labor to you.)

As the country’s economic growth and standard of living have skyrocketed, the ruling Chinese Communist Party has of late been trying to steer the economy more toward high-
profit industries like technology.(China doesn't care to fill their space on returning ships, or the ship can simply buy virgin plastic returning to China) The government now sees (did China get doped by US UK corporations?) the waste-recycling industry as a low-profit and low-value enterprise and would prefer to direct manufacturing resources toward big conglomerates rather than mom and pop shops. The industry also produces a lot of pollution in the country’s air and water, which poses a public health risk. Pollution is a hot-button topic in China; environmental issues have become one of the leading motivators of protests in the country, sometimes drawing thousands of people.

China notified the WTO last July that it intended to ban certain kinds of trash imports, which will dramatically cut down on the amount of plastic it will accept in the future.
(google says China STOPED taking all your garbage, not a hint they are accepting some of it.) The ban allows the government to squash the waste industry and show the population that it is taking action on pollution. Focusing on garbage imports is also politically appealing because the government can shift the blame for pollution onto foreign countries. (It was always our garbage, they should blame us for doping them to take it, and laugh at us if we believe China is/was buying your garbage.)

Anyone who says we can recycle ourselves out of it using conventional means, those people are out of their minds, because it is just not happening. If we are going to do anything to change claimant change, those 13. 2 billion co2 equivalent going into the atmosphere is very the first place to start. <END>
Spokane’s Waste-to-Energy Plant has a dark side: It’s one of Washington’s top emitters of greenhouse gases.

Burning garbage releases more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere than buring coal does, and that is released immediately at the burning, while landfills release emissions over decades.

In 2014, the City Spokane plant released more than 105,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. It ranks on the lower end of a list of 35 Washington factories, oil refineries, power plants and other facilities that are jointly responsible for 60 percent of the heat-trapping gases released in the state.

Washington lawmakers recently passed legislation to make State’s electricity 100% green by 2045. That bill, SB 5116, would allow power from a city-owned incinerator in Spokane to help bridge the gap for a portion of utilities’ electricity between 2030 (when utilities must be carbon neutral) and 2044 (when they must be carbon-free).

Under proposed rules, City of Spokane has several options for bringing the Waste-to-Energy Plant into compliance, Caudill said. Stepping up recycling efforts to reduce the amount of garbage burned might be the simplest way to reduce carbon emissions, he said.

City of Spokane has several options to lower the Waste-to-Energy Plant greenhouse gas emissions. Stepping up recycling efforts to reduce the amount of garbage burned might be the simplest way to reduce carbon emissions.

Washington is already now today experiencing the effects of a changing climate through smaller snowpacks, increased flooding and rising sea levels, according to a 2015 report by the University of Washington’s Climate Impacts Group.

City of Spokane Waste to Energy Facility
Garbage burn plant converting Waste To Energy (WTE) facility is located at 2900 South Geiger Boulevard, Spokane, WA 99224.

Built in 1991, the WTE Facility celebrated it’s 25th Anniversary. It can handle up to 800 tons of municipal waste per day and can generate 26 megawatts of electricity supplying 13,000 homes.

If you would like to tour the WTE Facility call 509-625-6521 to schedule an appointment.

"Corona Safe" single stream
100%Recycling operates outdoors in Spokane weather all year, Spokane freezing is good both for recycling process and for employees to work in, outdoors provides the perfect ventilation, that Corona sterilization requires. Areas where workers are stationed can have heavy duty tarp covering. Bad weather just keeps workers warm and dry at there station in the open air ventiation. 100%Recycling operates 24 hours, three shifts each day, six days a week.

WasteManagement Corporation(s) took over Northwest home trash services to sell to China. Now China is out, WM type corporations force City to either burn or landfill, and partner with WM to sort and sell for recycling, but what isn't recycled City Spokane guarantees to buy back from WM for $32 ton, to burn in Waste to Energy plant, and dumped the remaining (a lot of it) in a landfill.

Focus 100%Recycling, population is growing, trash is out of hand we're burying it in landfills, we simply need to reuse every bit of it. Why not? This is a learning curve. PROOF it can be done, read Plastic2X4 recipe, 300 million contractor wood 2X4 studs are sold every year. 100%Recycling "plastic stud" saves you $1. each.

Waste Management Inc
Will not tell who they sell garbage to because it's a confidential trade secret, you might sell it cutting Waste Management out? The truth is WM only sells 20% garbage that they sort, EPA says they sell 9%, truth is WM don't sell enough to talk about.

EPA says 9% total trash is recycled
City Spokane pays $32 per ton for the 80% garbage Waste Management admits it can't recycle.
Saves both Fish & straws too!
Does City Spokane
Waste to Energy
release greenhouse gas?
Proof China did not pay
for our garbage
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"Plastic 2X4" from garbage
It's called plastic wood composite (PWC), making it is a lot like cooking a barbecue meat and heat.
Save Mrs. Turtle & enjoy your straw too!
No need to "cut back". Or sort your garbage.

Plastic 2X4
Anyone who says plastic straws can't be recycled is only misinformed. The truth is all plastic grades may be recycled into a 2X4 plastic wood contractor grade 2X4X96 stud product, that you need.
Haydraulic teeth exerting enormous pressure cutting all your trash into manageable sizes.
Facial recognition
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"Circular Economy"
1) Dump-it once, not on tipping floor.
2) Shred-it doesn't jam conveyor.
3) Sell recycled not recyclable.
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YES we can The "technology is here" today!
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We sell "recycled"
They sell "recyclables"

They sell aluminum cans $340 ton.
We sell aluminum ingots $2000 ton
I'm talkin' FREE curbside pick-up!

We can grow tomatoes on Mars
but can't 100%Recycle on Earth???
30 years there'll be more plastic in ocean than fish
We can't have the stars if we don't have earth.
Squaw says "Bear don't shit in his own cave.
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