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AF&PA Announces Support for the RECYCLE Act
WASHINGTON, D.C. (News release) -- The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) President and CEO Heidi Brock issued the following statement in support of U.S. Senators Rob Portman's (R-OH) and Debbie Stabenow's (D-MI) and Representatives David Joyce's (R-OH) and Dean Phillips' (D-MN) introduced legislation, the RECYCLE Act. U.S. Senators Gary Peters (D-MI), Maggie Hassan (D-NH), Todd Young (R-IN), Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), and Susan Collins (R-ME) are original cosponsors of this legislation.

"The RECYCLE Act will help educate millions of Americans on how to recycle paper and paper-based products, increasing the quantity and quality of paper in the recycling stream. AF&PA applauds the work of Senators Portman and Stabenow and Representatives Joyce and Phillips, who are working hard to engage on bipartisan solutions, and is eager to move this bill forward into law. Providing grants to fund recycling education programs is a necessary step to help ensure consumers can successfully contribute to paper recycling's success story.

"Our industry is also contributing to a more circular and sustainable future, with more than $4.1 billion in manufacturing infrastructure investments, planned or announced from 2019-2023, to continue the best use of recovered fiber in manufacturing our products. For over a decade, the paper industry has achieved a consistently high recycling rate, meeting or exceeding 63 percent each year -- a rate that's nearly doubled since 1990, when we first set a paper recycling goal."

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