Extended producer responsibility, chemical recycling growth, recycling access data, a PET supply agreement and an in-progress bottle-to-bottle plant drew reader attention in January.
The list below shows our top stories published in January in terms of unique page views.
The 2024 legislative season is in full swing, with dozens of bills filed so far on extended producer responsibility for packaging and regulation of plastic products.
Two North American chemical recycling companies are expanding their footprints overseas in collaboration with other firms, according to announcements from the companies this month.
A study from The Recycling Partnership proposed ways to raise the recycling rate of residential recyclables – which the group puts at 21%.
Post-consumer PET packaging supplier Circularix will buy PET flake from new plastics processing facilities recently unveiled by Republic Services, one of the largest haulers in the U.S.
Waiākea Inc., a producer of 100% recycled PET bottles for water sourced from an active volcano, is installing bottle-to-bottle processing equipment at its Hilo, Hawaii facility with a planned capacity of 52 million pounds per year.