WASHINGTON — The Association of Postconsumer Plastics Recyclers (APR) has announced the availability of online resources created to help grocery chains recycle more of the plastic containers they use and empty onsite.  The “Recycle Grocery Rigid Plastics” program is aimed at recycling the more than 350 million pounds of plastic containers that are discarded annually by grocery stores across the United States. Used plastic containers are primarily generated in a ...

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