China is flexing its muscles: Lambert

March 02, 2019

States and local councils around the country are struggling to cope with an overflow of waste since the imposition of import restrictions last year that exclude 99% of the recyclables that Australia previously sold to China.

But as the Conservative Party's South Australian Senate candidate Rikki Lambert explains, there's no need to panic.

Rikki has told Adelaide radio station FIVEaa's Jeremy Cordeaux, he's confident that with Australian innovation it won't be a problem for long.

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