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The Lego Group Joins How2Recycle for Clearer Toy Packaging Recycling

The Lego Group Joins How2Recycle for Clearer Toy Packaging Recycling

The Lego Group has joined the Sustainable Packaging Coalition’s How2Recycle program, announcing plans to begin labeling the toy packaging for US consumers this year. By the end of 2018, Lego says that more than 60% of the company’s new toy boxes will have the How2Recycle label. The Lego Group plans … Read more »

Method Cleaning Products To Display How2Recycle Labels

Method Cleaning Products To Display How2Recycle Labels

People Against Dirty, the San Francisco-based company that makes Method cleaning products, just joined the Sustainable Packaging Coalition’s How2Recycle program, which aims to reduce confusion about recycling through clear standardized consumer labels. A new line of Method dishwasher detergent packs sold in stand-up plastic pouches will soon have the How2Recycle … Read more »

Why Walmart’s Zero-Waste Goal Includes Suppliers, Sustainable Packaging

Walmart this week launched its Sustainable Packaging Playbook, a guide to best-practices such as maximizing recycled and sustainably sources renewable content, reducing materials used through better packaging design and designing for recyclability.

Dow Collaboration Produces Sustainable Packaging

Dow Chemical’s Packaging and Specialty Plastics business has collaborated with Sustainable Packaging Coalition (SPC) and Accredo Packaging to produce Seventh Generation’s first recyclable dishwasher pods packaging. Dow developed the resins for the recyclable polyethylene stand-up pouch to help ensure the package’s stiffness, toughness and sealability. Accredo Packaging converts these materials … Read more »


Nestlé to Use How2Recycle Label on Packaging

Nestlé is the newest member of the How2Recycle Label Program, which provides on-package recycling information to keep recoverable materials out of landfills. Selected Nestlé USA and Purina brands will use the How2Recycle label to help communicate to the public how to recycle their packaging. The How2Recycle label is a project … Read more »


P&G’s Dawn Packaging to Carry How2Recycle Label

Procter & Gamble is the latest company to join GreenBlue’s Sustainable Packaging Coalition’s How2Recycle label program. P&G will initially carry the label on its Dawn dishwashing liquid packaging. P&G, a member of the Sustainable Packaging Coalition since 2008, joins more than 30 How2Recycle members that aim to help consumers recycle their … Read more »


MailersUSA.com to Use the How2Recycle Label

PAC Worldwide says online reseller MailersUSA.com will immediately start to use the Sustainable Packaging Coalition’s How2Recycle Store Drop-off label on certain flat poly bags. How2Recycle is an on-package recycling label program that gives clear, concise instructions to customers about how to recycle a package. PAC Worldwide has been part of … Read more »

McDonald’s Joins How2Recycle Label Program

McDonald’s is the first national restaurant chain to join How2Recycle, a program dedicated to communicating recyclability to the public. The move was announced by GreenBlue’s Sustainable Packaging Coalition. Initially, McDonald’s will label its standard paper carryout bags with the “Widely Recycled” version of the How2Recycle Label. The label indicates at … Read more »

Wegmans plastic bag

First Grocer Joins How2Recycle

Wegmans Food Markets has joined the How2Recycle Label program, making it the first grocer to use the voluntary recycling label developed by GreenBlue’s Sustainable Packaging Coalition. The addition of Wegmans also pushes How2Recycle past its goal of 20 participating companies including Kellogg’s, Best Buy, Clorox, Costco, Esteé Lauder Companies Aveda … Read more »

Kellogg’s Adopts How2Recycle Label

The Kellogg Company will use the How2Recycle Label as GreenBlue’s Sustainable Packaging Coalition begins the latest phase of its voluntary recycling label program. Starting in April, the label will appear on Kellogg’s and Kashi brand products. Kellogg’s joins 11 other major companies already using the How2Recycle Label, including Ampac, Best … Read more »

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