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Our top stories from August 2022

Published: September 8, 2022
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Different beverage containers, metal, glass and plastic.

News that researchers found that plastics can offer lower greenhouse gas emissions than substitutes in a number of use cases was of interest to readers last month. | VanderWolf/Shutterstock

A sharp downturn in bale pricing, a bottled water company’s court victory and other news drew our readers’ clicks last month.

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Our top stories from July 2022

Published: August 2, 2022
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News about Driscoll’s thermoform recycling efforts captured reader attention last month. | Courtesy of Driscoll’s

A berry brand’s thermoforming recycling efforts and other news drew our readers’ clicks last month.

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Our top stories from June 2022

Published: July 7, 2022
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View of a food grade plastic wash line for recycling.

Readers were drawn to Steven Alexander’s op-ed about plastics | Courtesy of Herbold Meckesheim

The APR president’s defense of the plastics recycling industry, numerous food-contact approvals and more attracted our readers’ clicks last month. Continue Reading

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Our top stories from May 2022

Published: June 15, 2022
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Aquafil's Woodland, Calif. facility interior.

News that Aquafil’s Woodland, Calif. facility will be closed captured reader attention last month. | Courtesy of Aquafil

Readers last month were enticed to click on articles both about specific recycling plants and research on the plastics recycling market as a whole.
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Our top stories from April 2022

Published: May 11, 2022
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Baled plastics for recycling stored outside.

News that Brightmark will not move forward with a facility in Georgia was of interest to readers last month. | RozenskiP/Shutterstock

Articles about markets, mandates and manufacturers drew our readers’ clicks last month.

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Our top stories from March 2022

Published: April 6, 2022
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Pellet produced from recycled plastic by EFS-plastics.

News that EFS-plastics is opening a facility in western Canada was of interest to readers last month. | Courtesy of EFS-plastics

Coffee pod labeling litigation, a hauler’s push into plastics processing, FDA letters and more drew our readers’ clicks last month.

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Our top stories from February 2022

Published: March 15, 2022
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CMA CGM export ship

News that shipping company CMA CGM would no longer ship certain categories of plastic scrap made waves last month. | EQRoy/Shutterstock

Major announcements by plastics reclaimers, a shipping line’s decision to stop carrying plastic scrap and more drew our readers’ clicks last month.
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Our top stories from January 2022

Published: February 2, 2022
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A “problematic plastics” list that included PS packaging was of interest to readers in January. | Minh Mi Goi/Shutterstock

The publication of a list of “problematic” plastics, a Canadian crackdown on product labeling, a discussion of recycled-content mandates and more drew our readers’ clicks last month.

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Our top stories from December 2021

Published: January 12, 2022
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Circulus facility interior.

News around LDPE film recycling firm Circulus drew attention last month. | Courtesy of Circulus

Articles about a recyclability labeling lawsuit, reclaimer growth, food-contact PCR constraints and more drew our readers’ attention last month.

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Our top stories from November 2021

Published: December 1, 2021
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Unilever company logo on building in Warsaw, Poland.

News around PCR use among major global brands was of interest to readers last month. | Konektus Photo/Shutterstock

A mix of articles covering recycling rates, brand owner actions, a legal settlement and more drew ample clicks last month.

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