How Plastics Poison the Circular Economy

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The executive summary “How Plastics Poison the Circular Economy,” produced by IPEN, encompasses three reports and provides context and overviews of the ways in which the chemicals studied poison recycling streams and stymie the promise of a healthy and environmentally sustainable circular economy.

The reports include:

A Call to Action: Free Children from BPA’s Toxic Legacy

PFAS in Clothing: Study in Indonesia, China, and Russia Shows Barriers for Non-toxic Circular Economy

Brominated Flame Retardants in Plastic Products from China, Indonesia, and Russia

Available in English, Baha Indonesian, and Chinese languages.

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