September 15, 2020 1:02 pm

Environmentalists have pinned their hopes on the nation’s most populous state ever since China rejected American recyclables two years ago.

A woman places a plastic bottle into a plastic container at a recycling center in Sacramento, Calif.

The plastic waste revolution died in the California Legislature this year.

Environmentalists have pinned their hopes on the nation’s most populous state ever since China rejected American recyclables two years ago, literally dropping the problem on the public’s doorstep by forcing cities to raise garbage fees and ban more plastics from recycling bins.

California’s working solution: Transform the entire recycling chain by cracking down on America’s love affair with single-use plastic materials that have reliably contained meals, snacks and beverages for decades.


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