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As California moves forward developing mandatory policies for the recycling of packaging, regulators want public input on some of the criteria they should consider.
Newspaper publishers in British Columbia have submitted a plan aimed at bringing them into compliance with the Canadian province’s extended producer responsibility regulations.
Houston council members approve a contract continuing curbside recycling but jettisoning glass, and newspapers resist joining British Columbia’s printed paper and packaging stewardship group.
Regulators in British Columbia ramp up pressure on newspaper publishers to contribute to recycling funding, and New York City Council members will likely vote in early May on a plastic bag fee law.
One of the world’s biggest fast-food companies is reportedly failing to meet its recycling obligations in British Columbia, and The Recycling Partnership provides cart financing in Michigan.
A Canadian city drives its curbside contamination rates down, and a U.S. city increases recycling tonnages by 20 percent.
A new MRF is making some money and extending the life of a landfill, and the European Union’s elected body approves aggressive recycling targets.
Some lawmakers say it’s time to update Pennsylvania’s 30-year-old recycling law, and an Indiana elementary school wins the Recycle-Bowl competition.