China’s Shenzhen begins mandatory garbage sorting

The southern Chinese city of Shenzhen started mandatory garbage sorting on Tuesday, the day on which the city’s new household waste regulation takes effect.The city currently collects 4,000 tonnes of household waste per day.Any individual who violates the regulation and refuses to correct their behavior will face a maximum fine of 200 yuan (about 29 U.S. dollars), while units that collect and transport classified domestic waste will be fined up to 500,000 yuan for any violations.

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