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Interested in recycling more plastics? RecycleYourPlastics.org is an easy to use resource on plastics recycling for recycling professionals, including user-friendly tips and tools, best practices, ready access to experts and peers in the recycling world and more.

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From Orlando to Los Angeles, learn what works from communities around the country. These case studies provide an (often) in depth look at programs and policies that increase plastics recycling.

Recycled at a national rate of 30.5%, plastic bottles are the most familiar plastic recycling success story. Learn more about plastic bottle recycling...

The recycling of post-consumer plastic bags and wraps—a category known as plastic film—surpassed one billion pounds in 2012. Learn more about plastic bags and film recycling...

In 2012, nearly 1.02 billion pounds of post-consumer rigid plastics (packaging and non-packaging) were collected for recycling nationwide, an increase of 10 percent over 2011 and triple the amount recycled in 2007. Learn more about recycling rigid plastics...

Beyond bottles, film and containers, many communities are recycling other plastics, such as protective packaging, foodservice packaging, pallets, drums and more. Learn more about the broader universe of plastics recycling...