Indiana lawmakers consider recycling law
Apr 04, 2013 | 02:56 PM
| Nathan Laliberte
NEW YORK An Indiana company that manufactures glass containers is pushing state lawmakers to pass legislation requiring refundable deposits on beverages sold in recyclable cans and bottles.
Stephen Segebarth, senior vice president of Muncie, Ind.-based Verallia North America, told a joint meeting of the Indiana House and Senate environmental affairs committees that the legislation would create additional in-state jobs by providing discarded metal and glass for companies that utilize used beverage containers to....
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