U.S. National Recycling Database to provide real-time recycling information

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The Recycling Partnership announced it has developed a National Recycling Database that unites a network of over 9,000 separate local recycling programs and incorporates research of all U.S. recycling websites with communities across the U.S. The database continuously pulls updated data to provide an understanding of how individual recycling programs are conducted, what materials are recyclable at the local level, and how to improve packaging recyclability in real-time. Learn more.

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