California legislature passes high-profile bill to regulate recyclability labels
Following a concurrence vote in the state Senate on Thursday, a major recyclability labeling bill (SB 343) has passed the California legislature. It now heads to Gov. Gavin Newsom for final approval and must be signed into law by Oct. 10.
The bill, which would prohibit use of the "chasing arrows" symbol or any other recyclability claim on packaging unless it was approved through a detailed state-led process, could have national implications in the packaging policy debate.
Read the full article from Waste Dive.