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An initiative that collects hard-to-recycle packaging from the curb in several cities could be extended to another 100,000 households by the end of this year, a plastics executive said. The Hefty EnergyBag program was launched
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Local recycling programs develop differently, and effectively providing support involves meeting municipalities where they’re at. The Recycling Partnership is employing that mantra to boost the viability of materials recovery in California, Oregon and Washington. The
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Legislation requiring 100 percent post-consumer plastic in beverage containers is gaining traction in California. Meanwhile, recently released data shows recycled plastic usage remains relatively low in the state’s bottling industry. Under Assembly Bill 792, beverage containers would
At the June 11th Market Development Workshop in Alb., NM, Kurt Fenstermacher from the City of El Paso will discuss a cart-tagging and educational program that saw a 15% decrease in contamination within 8 wks. Register now to find out how they did it.