Commitment to the circular economy and urban mining drives copper recycling in China

Sustainability is at the forefront of China’s plans. The 14th Five-Year plan outlines targets for climate action and ambitious commitments for carbon neutrality by 2060. China’s ongoing commitment to the circular economy is a key component in achieving these goals.

China’s implementation of copper recycling initiatives is a prime example of China’s circular economy in action. China’s urban mining and recycling policies drive copper recovery and efficient resource management, making a significant impact on China’s material demands and sustainability strategies.

Jubilee Metals Group (LON:JLP) is a global, diversified metal recovery company that operates world-class projects, ensuring a positive impact on the environment and its stakeholders.

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