Industry-Backed Report Spreads Misinformation on New Jersey Bag Ban

A plastic lobbying group paid for a report on New Jersey’s single-use plastic bag law. But its “findings” are based solely on interviews with industry constituents who are pro plastic.
U.S. Gets Serious About Composting But Plans Lack Critical Protections

Three federal agencies are working together to help reduce food waste and increase composting. But their plans don't include key environmental and public health protections.
Vermont Senate Fails to Override Governor’s Veto of Bottle Bill Expansion

Despite being one of the oldest and most successful recycling programs in the state, Vermont's Bottle Bill hasn’t been modernized in over fifty years
EPA Set to Endorse Plastic Industry's Latest Greenwashing Scam

Proposed artificial credit scheme could allow companies to claim fictionally high recycled content levels.
EPA Fails to Regulate Largest Single Source of PFAS and Microplastic Pollution in Massachusetts
Enviros, scientists, health advocates, and farmers across U.S. call for action on PFAS and microplastics in wastewater treatment plants.
Just Zero Applauds Reintroduction of Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act
Senator Jeff Merkley and Representative Jared Huffman announced the reintroduction of the federal Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act.
Just Zero Weighs in On Draft New York State Waste Plan
Just Zero filed comments with the New York Department of Environmental Conservation regarding the Draft New York State Solid Waste Management Plan.
Just Zero Issue Brief Outlines How to Tackle Food Waste
Just Zero’s organics issue brief outlines how states and cities across the country can implement a proven and effective policy that not only reduces food waste, but also helps alleviate hunger and expand and strengthen composting programs.
Vermont Governor Vetoes Sweeping Expansion of Bottle Bill Program
Vermont Governor Phil Scott vetoed a critical bill (H.158) that would have expanded and modernized the state’s Bottle Bill Program.
Maine Enacts New Law Restricting So-Called "Advanced Recycling" Facilities

The legislation is a response to a national lobbying effort by the plastic industry to greenwash expensive and polluting processes that convert plastic into toxic fuel and chemicals.
Industry-Backed Report Spreads Misinformation on New Jersey Bag Ban

A plastic lobbying group paid for a report on New Jersey’s single-use plastic bag law. But its “findings” are based solely on interviews with industry constituents who are pro plastic.
U.S. Gets Serious About Composting But Plans Lack Critical Protections

Three federal agencies are working together to help reduce food waste and increase composting. But their plans don't include key environmental and public health protections.
Vermont Senate Fails to Override Governor’s Veto of Bottle Bill Expansion

Despite being one of the oldest and most successful recycling programs in the state, Vermont's Bottle Bill hasn’t been modernized in over fifty years
EPA Set to Endorse Plastic Industry's Latest Greenwashing Scam

Proposed artificial credit scheme could allow companies to claim fictionally high recycled content levels.
EPA Fails to Regulate Largest Single Source of PFAS and Microplastic Pollution in Massachusetts
Enviros, scientists, health advocates, and farmers across U.S. call for action on PFAS and microplastics in wastewater treatment plants.
Just Zero Applauds Reintroduction of Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act
Senator Jeff Merkley and Representative Jared Huffman announced the reintroduction of the federal Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act.
Just Zero Weighs in On Draft New York State Waste Plan
Just Zero filed comments with the New York Department of Environmental Conservation regarding the Draft New York State Solid Waste Management Plan.
Just Zero Issue Brief Outlines How to Tackle Food Waste
Just Zero’s organics issue brief outlines how states and cities across the country can implement a proven and effective policy that not only reduces food waste, but also helps alleviate hunger and expand and strengthen composting programs.
Vermont Governor Vetoes Sweeping Expansion of Bottle Bill Program
Vermont Governor Phil Scott vetoed a critical bill (H.158) that would have expanded and modernized the state’s Bottle Bill Program.
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