Walmart Canada Becomes First Major Retailer in Canada to Launch National Reusable Bag Recycling Program Aimed at Helping Canadians Give Reusable Bags a Second Life

April 16, 2024 Walmart Canada

Through the free Walmart Blue Bag Recycling Program powered by TerraCycle, the international leader in recycling hard-to-recycle materials, customers across the country can send in their excess or damaged Walmart reusable blue shopping bags to help give them a second life.

Industry Asked to Help Shape CA Packaging, Plastic Pollution Law

May 30, 2023 State of California

As California builds the rules to ensure that much of the state’s packaging is either cut or recycled, packaging producers, environmental groups and other interested parties can provide input to help design Senate Bill 54 (Allen, Chapter 75, Statutes of 2022) regulations.

Start-up Bower Works with World’s Largest Marketer of Kiwifruit, Zespri for Trial

August 10, 2022 Bower 

Bower, the Stockholm-based recycling start-up, is working with kiwifruit marketer Zespri™ to reward consumers across the US for their positive recycling behavior. 

Meijer Garden Center Offers Recycling Service to Customers

June 24, 2022 Meijer

In an effort to be a good neighbor and lessen its impact on the environment, Meijer is encouraging its customers to bring their plastic flowerpots and trays – regardless of where they originally purchased the plants or flowers – to any Meijer Garden Center to recycle.

Pom Wonderful Begins Transition to 100% Recycled Plastic and Renewable Energy

May 20, 2022 POM Wonderful

POM Wonderful, the largest grower and producer of fresh pomegranates and pomegranate juice in the U.S., is proud to announce it is furthering its commitment to a sustainable future with the transition to 100% recycled plastic (rPET) bottles and shifting more than 90% of its electricity needs to renewable energy.