Promote a Circular Economy through Increased Post-consumer Recycled Plastic Content in Plastic Beverage Containers
|Sponsor:||Representative Victoria Doudera, House 94|
|Bill #:||LD 1467|
UPDATE 5/9/22: This bill becomes law without the governor's signature.
Representative Doudera of Camden would provide that, beginning January 1, 2026, a manufacturer of beverages in plastic beverage containers may not sell, offer for sale or distribute for sale in the State a plastic beverage container unless the total number of plastic beverage containers sold, offered for sale or distributed for sale in the State by that manufacturer contains, on average and in the aggregate, at least 25% post-consumer recycled plastic.