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Extended Producer Responsibility for Post-Consumer Packaging | Nestlé Waters NA

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Published on Sep 28, 2012

Unfinished Business describes how extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) shifts the responsibility for post-consumer packaging materials from taxpayers & governments to the companies that produce the packaging. As You Sow illustrates how EPR creates incentives for producers to reduce the amount of packaging they create, increasing U.S packaging recycling rates, providing revenue to improve recycling systems, and reducing carbon & energy use. Visit http://www.AsYouSow.org for more information.

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