The American Beverage Association (ABA) released today a report showing that nearly three in four Americans have access to curbside recycling programs - but the infrastructure is in place for millions more to gain access to this convenient and efficient form of recycling.
The Environmental Working Group's latest report attempts to frighten and mislead consumers by using a cherry-picked standard that is far beyond federal guidelines.
Today the American Beverage Association (ABA) joined District of Columbia Mayor Adrian Fenty in the kick-off of a public recycling pilot project in downtown Washington. The pilot project is an effort to increase recycling in the downtown area, while also raising awareness about the importance of recycling. The Downtown DC Business Improvement District (BID) and District of Columbia Department of Public Works (DPW) also partnered in the event.
Recent media attention on plastic bottles has raised concern among consumers about the various plastics they come into contact with each day. Consumers should rest assured that the beverage industrys containers pose no public health risk including any alleged risk associated with bisphenol-A.
The American Beverage Association today submitted comments to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) concerning its Guides for the Use of Environmental Marketing Claims (or Green Guides), which are used to communicate messages to consumers concerning recyclability and environmental attributes about products and packages.
In light of the tremendous impact of the devastating fires in Southern California, the beverage industry is doing its part to help affected residents and firefighters stay hydrated during the crisis.
The American Beverage Association (ABA) applauds America Recycles Day and urges consumers to do their part for the environment by participating in community recycling programs.
The American Beverage Association (ABA) was announced today as a founding member in the National Recycling Partnership created to reinvigorate recycling in America.