Will QR Codes Solve China's Waste Problem?

| By Leon Kirschgens & Jacqueline Plaster

Recycling has not played a big role in China so far. But as mountains of rubbish are getting bigger and bigger, the government is looking for intelligent solutions. Now, individually assigned rubbish bags printed with QR codes are to be part of the solution.

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