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New Rules Pending for Reuse And How Movers in This Space Are Doing

May 16, 2024

Via: Waste360

Reuse and refillable packaging models could cut plastic pollution by about 70 percent according to a UN report, and a recent Oceana analysis, compiling data from multiple resources, adds more dimension to the case for reuse. The authors name leading consumer goods companies and others turning to these circular options and call on governments to take the work further. They go on to present science-based scenarios asserting that recycling will not fix the plastic pollution problem.

“The basic concept of reusable cups is familiar. This is how most of us consume beverages at home and in restaurants. In recent years, however, new, innovative, large-scale systems for reusable cups have emerged,” Oceana says.

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