Pennsylvania promotes advanced recycling as legislators aim to support circular economy

The U.S. state of Pennsylvania recently passed a law, its House Bill 1808, classifying advanced recycling technologies, including pyrolysis, depolymerization, and gasification, as manufacturing, rather than solid waste processing facilities. We spoke with Craig Cookson of the American Chemistry Coun...

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