Guangzhou customs seizes 13.5 kg imported battery waste
Published: Feb 22, 2021 05:08 PM

Waste batteries

Customs officers in Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport seized lithium battery waste when checking imported goods, the General Administration of Customs said in a post on its WeChat account on Monday. 

The surface of the lithium batteries were damaged and marks of glue also can be seen on the batteries. Customs officers observed them as wasted batteries and were confirmed after professional authentication. 

The wasted lithium batteries weigh 13.5 kilograms and are one category of imported solid waste which is banned to be imported to China. The wasted batteries now had been transferred to the responsible department for processing. 
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