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Berkeley, California has a new plan to curb food-related waste: a 25 cents fee per disposable cup.
Amherst is the first town in Western New York to change its recycling regulations due to a worldwide glut of recyclable materials.
A new United Kingdom Plastic Waste Strategy will result in retailers having to pay full recycling costs.
Consumer push-back on single-use packaging and increased demand for delivery services are critical trends in food packaging.
Multiple regulatory changes in the United Kingdom have the potential to greatly reduce their plastic waste.
The “International Statistic of the Year for 2018” is the fact that 90.5% of plastic waste has never been recycled.
Public, consumer, and government actions against plastic pollution are being tracked by National Geographic.
The EU reached a provisional political agreement to “tackle marine litter at its source”.