China Pollution Inspections Disrupting Supply Chains

- Oct 25, 2017-

The central government launched a fourth round of environmental inspections in early August in Jilin, Zhejiang, Shandong, Hainan, Sichuan, Qinghai and the Tibet and Xinjiang autonomous regions, to round out a nationwide campaign started in July 2016.

The teams have found common problems, including illegal projects in nature reserves and a lack of eco-friendly facilities.

Last year, inspectors looked into 33,000 cases, imposing fines totalling 440 million yuan (65.4 million U.S. dollars). A total of 720 people were detained and almost 6,500 people held accountable.

From September, all of our material supplier has increased cost from 10%-20%. And we also have to increase product unit cost for liquids USD0.003/pc. 


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