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Plastics Makers, County Officials Team Up to Increase Plastic Film Recycling

A plastic film recycling campaign has plastic makers and retailers partnering with city and county officials in North Carolina to increase recycling rates. The American Chemistry Council’s Flexible Film Recycling Group joined Mecklenburg County, North Carolina and Charlotte city officials yesterday at a Harris Teeter store to kick off the campaign. The grocery store accepts […]
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