California report sees 'crisis' in recycling, urges plastics changes
A commission appointed by California's legislature to look at recycling is making some potentially big recommendations around plastic packaging that it says are needed to help a system in "crisis."
The report from the Statewide Commission on Recycling Markets and Curbside Recycling, released in late December, makes five policy proposals around plastics, including creating an official statewide list of what is recyclable. For plastics that list would only allow PET and high density polyethylene bottles in curbside systems.
Read the full article from Plastics News.