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P&G Joins Flexible Film Recycling Group

April 8, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Procter & Gamble Co. joined the Flexible Film Recycling Group, according to the American Chemistry Council. Driving growth in the recycling of flexible polyethylene film, wraps, and bags, FFRG played a role in expanding the recovery of post-consumer plastic film by 11 percent, or 116 million pounds, to reach 1.14 billion pounds in 2013. FFRG has supported the Sustainable Packaging Coalition's “store drop-off” campaign for plastic film packaging through its partnership initiatives.
"Procter & Gamble Joins National Effort to Recycle Flexible Plastic Wraps, Bags", Marketwired, April 08, 2015, © Marketwired L.P.
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