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Step 5 (of 6) Toward a Successful Waste and Recycling Program

Looking to take your waste and recycling program to the next level? Check out the fifth of six installments detailing the RUBICONMethod––a guide to developing a sustainability program for your business.

In 1988, the Plastics Industry Association created a code to help workers in the plastic and recycling industry do their job more efficiently. This system is better known as the Resin Identification Code—a way to identify plastic products by the specific type of resin in its chemical makeup. 

Today we answer your questions concerning the recycling codes on plastic products and how to properly dispose and recycle each plastic based on its code. Learn more in this article.

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