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NERC Updates Summary of Announced Increased Capacity to Use Recycled Paper

The Northeast Recycling Council's (NERC) has published an update to its Summary of Announced Increased Capacity to Use Recycled Paper report. Despite all of the upheaval in the recycling industry, several capacity expansions have been completed and others are moving towards their projected opening dates. This latest update reflects our continuing progress towards increased capacity to use recycled paper in North America.

Download the most recent report here

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Member Spotlight — Bottle Crusher US

Headquartered in Patterson, NY, new NERC Advisory Member Bottle Crusher US is the sole domestic distributor of compact glass bottle crushers designed and manufactured by New Zealand-based Expleco. Describing the products distributed by Bottle Crusher US, Expleco states, “We provide solutions that are both economically and environmentally sustainable and reduce pressure on global landfill and waterway catchments. Our aim is to assist and support environmentally conscious brands and establishments in their ongoing battle to minimize their operational footprint.”  Read more . . .