Peninsula Reporter Han Xiaowei
On July 9th, the Peninsula reporter learned from Qingdao Customs that on June 25th, the Qingdao Customs Technology Center identified that a batch of goods inspected by Huangdao Customs was mainly shells produced during the processing of Marsh's mother-of-pearl, belonging to China's banned import of solids. Waste, with a total weight of 136.5 tons.
When the Customs officers conducted on-site inspections on the above-mentioned goods, they found that the goods were packed in woven bags, the goods were scattered and disordered, and there were relatively complete Marsh's mother-of-pearl shells, as well as a small amount of mussel shells and shell fragments and crumbs, some shells. The outer surface has attachments such as barnacles, and some shells have a small amount of impurities on the inner surface.
It was identified that the goods were mainly shells remaining after removing pearls and shellfish during the processing of Marsh's mother-of-pearl, doping with other shellfish, and dropping a small amount of debris and debris from the shell attachments. The unprocessed shells, such as fumigation, are raw solids that are prohibited from importing in China.