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Fate of billions of plastic bottles potentially altered through ground-breaking Amcor technology

In conjunction with America Recycles Day, Amcor Rigid Packaging (ARP) is announcing a technological advancement that makes it possible for billions1 of small bottles to be recycled. ARP, known for its designed-to-be-recycled packaging, is always looking for ways to increase the amount of material that makes it to – and through – the recycling process.

Amcor Rigid Packaging's team of engineers examined how to ensure that small PET bottles are recycled and designed a container that collapses in a controlled way to maximize its width – resulting in material that is big enough to make it all the way through the recycling system.

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