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New Project in Greater Boise Turns Hard-to-Recycle Plastics into Community Infrastructure

The pilot project is led by the Hefty® EnergyBag® program and Dow, in collaboration with ByFusion, and offers an exciting and sustainable way to reuse hard-to-recycle plastic waste

Today, Reynolds Consumer Products and Dow (NYSE: DOW) announced the Hefty® EnergyBag® program is collaborating with ByFusion on a pilot project to introduce a new creative use for hard-to-recycle plastic items collected by local participants in the Greater Boise area. The ByFusion pilot project demonstrates how communities of all sizes can innovate solutions to environmental challenges and put their hard-to-recycle plastic waste to good use by converting it into a building material that supports their community. The current project leverages public-private partnerships and will divert up to 72 tons of hard-to-recycle plastics from the Ada County Hidden Hollow landfill, which helps decrease its environmental impact.

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