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Waste Management report indicates recycling can expand | Ardagh to produce bottles for Heaven Hill Brands | Glass could help make takeout more sustainable
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September 16, 2020
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Molson Coors Beverage Co. is entering into an agreement to brew and market Pennsylvania-based D.G. Yuengling & Son beer starting in the second half of 2021. Yuengling will continue to control its operations, and the deal is expected to expand Yuengling's 22-state footprint on the East Coast to other parts of the country.
Full Story: The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (9/15),  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (tiered subscription model) (9/15),  FoodBev (9/15) 
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A new Waste Management report finds that nearly 30% of processing capacity at US materials recovery facilities is not being used, suggesting that there is still room for recycling to grow. The company is investing in MRFs that handle glass and other materials that meet its volume and end market requirements.
Full Story: Waste Dive (9/10) 
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Ardagh will be supplying premium spirits distiller Heaven Hill Brands with bottles ranging from 375 ml to 1.75 liters for a portfolio that includes Elijah Craig Bourbon, Burnett's Vodka and Admiral Nelson's Rum. "Ardagh continues to focus on innovations in complex spirits bottle shapes, as well as new design techniques and manufacturing capabilities, to support Heaven Hill's unique, distinguished brands," said John Shaddox, Ardagh North American Glass business unit's chief commercial officer.
Full Story: Packaging Gateway (UK) (9/11) 
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Food critic Tom Sietsema was distressed by the almost 100 gallons of trash he generated from three weeks of takeout orders during the coronavirus pandemic, so he asked chefs in the Washington, D.C., area how they were reducing that waste. Chef Rob Rubba packages a sauce for oysters in glass jars that he hopes people will reuse.
Full Story: The Washington Post (tiered subscription model) (9/14) 
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Recycling & Sustainability
The National Waste & Recycling Association has awarded the FCC Environmental Services materials recovery facility in Houston, Texas, its Recycling Facility of the Year honor. The facility has allowed Houston to recycle glass again by featuring state-of-the-art machinery that effectively removes glass containers and glass pieces from the single stream for processing. Full Story: Recycling Product News (9/11) 
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The Glass Recycling Coalition has issued gold-level certification to three Rumpke Waste & Recycling centers in Ohio and two Sims Municipal Recycling centers in New York and New Jersey. "These MRFs are leading the way by not only cleaning up glass in the MRF, but their integrated glass beneficiation ensures a higher quality glass," said Jim Nordmeyer, GRC leadership committee member and O-I, Glass global vice president of sustainability. Full Story: Recycling Product News (9/11), Recycling Today online (9/10) 
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Oil, gas and chemical companies promoted plastic for decades by telling the public it could easily be recycled, even as they knew that wasn't the case, according to an investigation by National Public Radio and PBS Frontline featured in an episode of NPR's Planet Money podcast. Executives "knew that the infrastructure wasn't there to really have recycling amount to a whole lot," said Larry Thomas, former president of the forerunner to the Plastics Industry Association.
Full Story: National Public Radio (9/11) 
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The California Redemption Value buyback centers are overwhelmed due to several centers closing permanently and backlogs caused by shutdowns during the pandemic, writes James Wilde. The reopening of a buyback station in Eureka, Calif., earlier this month had to be suspended due to the long line of waiting cars interfering with traffic. Full Story: Redheaded Blackbelt (Phillipsville, Calif.) (9/9) 
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Recycle Ann Arbor has secured $6 million in financing to upgrade a shuttered materials recovery facility in Ann Arbor, Mich. The nonprofit will continue to send glass collected in the city to a Rumpke facility in Ohio for end-market use, said Bryan Weinert, Recycle Ann Arbor's director of strategy.
Full Story: Resource Recycling (9/9) 
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The High Country Conservation Center in Summit County, Colo., has received a grant from the state's Department of Public Health and Environment to support glass recycling programs. Grant funding will be allocated to restaurants and groceries interested in starting or expanding these programs.
Full Story: Summit Daily News (Frisco, Colo.) (9/9) 
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