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California heads to decision point on tough plastic laws

California lawmakers are moving ahead on plans that could dramatically reshape how plastic packaging is regulated in the state, with final votes on two pieces of legislation possible in coming days.

The most far-reaching proposal would potentially require 75 percent recycling rates for single-use plastics and some plastic-lined paper packaging by 2030. A second would mandate 75 percent recycled  content in PET bottles, also phased in by 2030.

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https://www.plasticsnews.com/news/california-heads-decision-point-tough-plastic-laws

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