Skepticism Around Australia's National Plastic Recycling Scheme
Questions on the national plastic recycling scheme
The Australian Food and Grocery Council’s proposal for a National Plastics Recycling Scheme is met with skepticism due to industry’s failure to meet voluntary packaging targets, concerns about cost reimbursement, lack of end markets for recovered materials, and doubts about the scheme’s effectiveness. Read the full article here.
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