Rising tariffs between the US and China are expected to inadvertently raise costs for domestic recyclers, as the trade dispute affects the cost of products such as steel wire, piping and conveyor belts, writes Colin Staub. The American Chemistry Council says the tariffs have already almost tripled the chemical trade deficit.
Steel wire, other tariffs could hinder US recycling
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