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Until recently, the U.S. and other developed countries sold much of their recyclables to China, which accepted more than 40 percent of American wastepaper, plastic, glass, metal, and other reusable materials. Several other Asian countries and some U.S. processing companies bought most of the rest. China began importing trash in the late 1980s to feed its growing manufacturing sector. Taking advantage of the country's abundant supply of cheap labor, Chinese companies employed legions of people to sort through the junk; it was then converted into cheap exports such as shoes, bottles, hoses, and phones. Shipping containers filled with Chinese goods would drop off their cargo in the U.S. and return filled with recyclable trash to be turned into more stuff. That all changed in January 2018. That's when China banned most imports of "loathsome foreign garbage," including post-consumer plastic and mixed paper. The recycling industry — which handles about 25 percent of America's total waste — now has nowhere to send what it collects. "I've been in garbage all my life," says Kevin Barnes, the solid-waste director for the city of Bakersfield, California. "This is unprecedented."

INTO JAPANESE

最近まで、米国および他の先進国は、リサイクル可能な製品の多くを中国に販売していました。これは、アメリカの古紙、プラスチック、ガラス、金属、およびその他の再利用可能な材料の40パーセント以上を受け入れました。他のいくつかのアジア諸国といくつかの米国の加工会社は残りの大部分を買いました。中国は1980年代後半にfeにゴミを輸入し始めた

BACK INTO ENGLISH

Until recently, the United States and other developed countries sold much of their recyclable products to China. It has accepted over 40 percent of American waste paper, plastics, glass, metals, and other reusable materials. Go with some other Asian countries

INTO JAPANESE

最近まで、米国およびその他の先進国は、リサイクル可能な製品の多くを中国に販売していました。アメリカの古紙、プラスチック、ガラス、金属、その他の再利用可能な材料の40%以上を受け入れています。他のアジア諸国と行く

BACK INTO ENGLISH

Until recently, the United States and other developed countries sold much of their recyclable products to China. We accept over 40% of American wastepaper, plastics, glass, metals and other reusable materials. Go with other Asian countries

INTO JAPANESE

最近まで、米国およびその他の先進国は、リサイクル可能な製品の多くを中国に販売していました。私達はアメリカの古紙、プラスチック、ガラス、金属および他の再使用可能な材料の40%以上を受け入れます。他のアジア諸国と行く

BACK INTO ENGLISH

Until recently, the United States and other developed countries sold much of their recyclable products to China. We accept over 40% of American waste paper, plastics, glass, metals and other reusable materials. Go with other Asian countries

INTO JAPANESE

最近まで、米国およびその他の先進国は、リサイクル可能な製品の多くを中国に販売していました。アメリカの古紙、プラスチック、ガラス、金属、その他の再利用可能な材料の40%以上を受け入れます。他のアジア諸国と行く

BACK INTO ENGLISH

Until recently, the United States and other developed countries sold much of their recyclable products to China. Accepts over 40% of American waste paper, plastics, glass, metals and other reusable materials. Go with other Asian countries

INTO JAPANESE

最近まで、米国およびその他の先進国は、リサイクル可能な製品の多くを中国に販売していました。アメリカの古紙、プラスチック、ガラス、金属、その他の再利用可能な材料の40%以上を受け入れます。他のアジア諸国と行く

BACK INTO ENGLISH

Until recently, the United States and other developed countries sold much of their recyclable products to China. Accepts over 40% of American waste paper, plastics, glass, metals and other reusable materials. Go with other Asian countries

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