SAN FRANCISCO — The shareholder advocacy group As You Sow will file shareholder resolutions this week with consumer packaged goods companies Procter & Gamble and General Mills, asking them to adopt "Extended Producer Responsibility" (EPR) programs aimed at the elimination of post-consumer waste. The proposals are the first to be filed by the companies' shareholders on this issue and will ask the companies to take a first step toward this goal by collecting and recycling product ...

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