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by Coach Marian Holland / June 14th, 2013

In May 2013, my team of recyclers and soccer players (the Anaheim Impact Girls U13) collected our grand prize for our 2012 Recycle. Goal. program victory – a soccer skills clinic from the Los Angeles Galaxy. Read more »

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by Tim Shestek / June 11th, 2013

For many, the kitchen is considered the recycling center of the home.  But, plastics are widely used throughout the house, which means people may overlook the recyclable packaging found in the bathroom. Read more »

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by Steve Russell / March 20th, 2013

Here’s a Hint: There’s a Good Chance You Can Recycle them in Your Area

This week, there’s much good news to report on the recycling of rigid plastics, a category that includes cups, tubs and containers as well as larger items like toys and laundry baskets.  According to new data, recycling of rigid plastics (excluding bottles) climbed 13 percent in 2011 to reach at least 934 million pounds for the year, and U.S. consumers who can recycle locally all non-bottle rigid plastics shot from 40 percent to 57 percent between 2011 and 2012.  Read more »

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by Steve Russell / March 4th, 2013

It’s always encouraging to see that Americans are recycling more of the materials they use every day, so we were pleased to see that plastic film recycling — the category of plastic recycling that includes plastic bags, product wraps and commercial shrink film — has grown so dramatically in just six years. Read more »

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