Demand Levels Meeting the Cost/Supply of PCR Film

Demand Levels Meeting the Cost Supply of PCR Film

What is Needed

  • Retailers and Brand Owners to demand and pay for PCR content in productsIMG_2329

  • Producers able & willing to use PCR when virgin resin pricing drops below PCR resin

  • Effective public policy that supports PCR minimum content requirements

  • Accountability in the industry to ensure PCR content and supply chain integrity

What Programs are Supporting these efforts?

Picture1APR knows that consistent, reliable demand for recycled plastic is critical for recycling to be mature, vibrant and sustainable. APR also knows that a strong demand-pull for recycled plastics is needed to ensurea robust recycling supply chain.

Picture2The Wrap Recycling Action Program (WRAP) is a national public awareness and outreach initiative designed to make plastic film – including wraps, bags, and flexible packaging – a commonly recycled material with a strong and ever-growing recycling rate.

Picture3From plastic recycling data and bringing tools for circularity forward to influencing change in policy and throughout the entire recycling ecosystem, see how we use data, technology and collaboration to help reimagine our Planet’s future.

Picture4As a leading, national force for improving recycling, The Recycling Partnership puts private dollars to work in communities because we know that when we invest in a system to protect resources, empower sustainable action and unlock opportunity, everyone wins.

Picture5Keep plastic bags in the circular economy and out of the natural environment.

Picture6This Collaborative’s mission is to work together to identify opportunities and best practices for using recycled content in durable goods and in packaging. The committee will develop partnerships, commitments and success strategies that members can implement inside their organization.

Picture7Often people think of recycling as tossing their soda bottles in their blue bins and calling it a day. But recycling is more than a single action. It is a complex process that starts before the consumer even receives the product. It begins with material selection and product design, through responsible disposal where it enters into a network of parties who collect, transport, process, and ultimately reuse the material in new products.

Picture8The Recycled Material Standard (RMS) enables participating brands and suppliers to celebrate their sustainability efforts that collectively advance the use of recycled materials. The standard establishes requirements necessary to assure accuracy and transparency of claims with the support of a robust third party certification system.

Picture9The Sustainable Packaging Coalition and the Recycling Partnership joined forces to develop resources that will build a roadmap for a stronger American recycling industry.

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