No permits issued since 2016, even though multiple shipments of Canadian garbage have been discovered in foreign ports.
Canada’s domestic recycling capacity is limited, with only about a dozen companies doing such work.
Any company found to be involved in bringing in the waste will be fined and waste will be returned to countries of origin.
33 injuries have been reported, 12 of which are listed as critical.
65 workers were also injured.
Dizziness, vomiting, breathing difficulties reported.
Heavy iron equipment on upper floor may have caused the collapse.