Coca-Cola has rolled out  a line of recyclable display racks. The collapsible displays hold Coke products and are made of recycled corrugated cardboard or PET.
Procter & Gamble's Future Friendly, an initiative that seeks to encourage households to save energy, has partnered  with Recyclebank to reward people for taking small steps to increase recycling.
Garnier, a brand owned by cosmetics giant L'Oreal, has partnered  with TerraCycle to collect its waste packaging for recycling.
Publicly traded Matrixx Resource Holdings , Inc. has announced plans to form a joint venture company to trade and process post-consumer PET and HDPE, with the long term goal of building a plan in or near New York City.
Optical sorting equipment manufacturer Pellenc Selective Technologies  has opened its North American headquarters in Concord, California.
Eastman Chemical Company has received a letter of non-objection from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its Eastman 168 non-phthalate plasticizer, to be used in contact with all food types at levels up to 55 percent by weight in PVC products.
The Philippines' Senate is considering a bill that would ban plastic bags in the country. A suburb of the capital Manila has already banned bags within its city limits.
A Japanese company  has found a new use for plastic bottle caps: Use them to create micro gardens.
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