Common Misconceptions that Obstruct Plastics Recycling Efforts
Fighting misinformation with accurate data
"Lots of reports come out that aren't always grounded in the best data," Emily Friedman, Recycled Plastics Senior Editor at ICIS added. "We have the correct, verified, accurate data to refute these reports. The best way to combat misinformation is with true data. I've seen great work from organizations like the Association of Plastics Recyclers that refute studies that don't have solid data. They have been outspoken and are probably the flagship organization for plastics recyclers in the United States. They have taken strong stances to support the industry."
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