Recycled Plastics in Packaging

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This report covers the supply and demand of recycled plastics, specifically with regards to those used to produce packaging materials. Packaging products with recycled content may contain materials collected from office/curbside recycling programs (post-consumer), materials generated after the manufacture of a product but before it reaches the end-user (post-industrial/pre-consumer), and virgin resin materials. Within this report, the total volume of post-consumer recycled plastic going into packaging is analyzed. In addition, information is provided on recycled content levels, which are defined as the total percentage of recovered material in a product.

For the purposes of this study, recycled resin price and value is considered at the pellet level, even though many recycled plastics are sold to end users in flake form.

Sources for scrap and waste plastics covered in this report include:

  • food and beverage bottles
  • rigid plastics and foam (including food containers)
  • carpeting (including rugs) and fiber
  • flexible packaging (including retail bags, trash bags, and film from other packaging products)

Excluded from the scope of this report are:

  • waste primarily made of nylon
  • post-industrial recycled content
  • bioplastics and engineering plastics

Plastic resins covered in this report include:

  • polyethylene terephthalate (PET)
  • high-density polyethylene (HDPE)
  • low-density polyethylene (LDPE) (including LLDPE)
  • polypropylene (PP)
  • polystyrene (PS)

Packaging applications for recycled plastic resin evaluated in the study include:

  • bottles, both those used for food and beverage as well as non-food applications (including hair care products, detergents and other cleaning products, motor oil)
  • rigid plastic packaging products other than bottles, including: 
    • egg cartons
    • expanded polystyrene packaging
    • lids
    • pails
    • plastic cans
    • plastic caps and closures
    • squeeze tubes
    • trays
    • tubs, cups, and bowl
    • flexible packaging (including retail bags, trash bags, and film from other packaging products – food wrap films, food and beverage pouches, plastic film lidding, plastic food bags, vacuum seal packaging, etc.)

Historical data are provided for 2010, 2015, and 2020, with forecasts for 2025 and 2030. The term “demand” refers to “apparent consumption” and is defined as production (also referred to variously as “shipments”, “output”, or “supply”) from a country’s domestic manufacturing facilities plus imports, minus exports. “Demand” is used interchangeably with the terms “market”, “sales”, and “consumption”. Data are presented in millions of pounds and millions of US dollars.

Post-consumer recycled goods are those that have left the manufacturing facility and have been used, even if their final destination is another manufacturing facility. This is in contrast to post-industrial recycled materials, which are directly generated during the manufacturing process. For example, plastic trimmed from rigid packaging on the manufacturing line that is then recycled would be classified as post-industrial recycled content, while the stretch film used to secure the palletized goods that is removed at the beverage manufacturer’s facility would be classified as post-consumer waste. Packaging made from post-industrial recycled waste is excluded from this study.

Packaging

Trends in Recycled Content Sources (PCR vs. PIR)

Plastic for recycling comes from two primary sources – consumer and industrial:

  • Post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastics – the plastics covered in this study – are defined as plastic products that having served their end use, are reclaimed and reprocessed into base resins. Recycling of finished plastic products by commercial and industrial consumers is included here.
  • Post-industrial recycling (PIR) includes the re-use and recycling of plastic scrap and trimmings from manufacturing processes and merchant market sales of these products. These products are excluded from the current study.

While PIR plastic has advantages as compared to PCR plastics, such as lack of contamination and relative purity of the waste stream, a large portion of PIR is captive, reducing the amount of recycled plastic available to the wider market. Additionally, as manufacturers increase their demand for recycled plastic to meet sustainability goals, PIR plastic production is unlikely to increase a sufficient amount to meet these stringent targets.

Plastic Resin Industry Trends

Plastic resin demand in the US is forecast to increase 1.4% per year to 98.6 billion pounds in 2025, an acceleration over the pace seen during the 2015-2020 period, when overall gains were restrained in part by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Going forward, plastic resin demand growth will be fueled by:

  • increases in the construction market, in particular nonbuilding construction, which is increasingly utilizing plastics in applications such as pipe
  • a recovery in manufacturing activity following the losses in 2020 arising from the COVID-19 pandemic
  • the rising use of plastic in manufactured goods, particularly in motor vehicles, where producers continue to look for ways to reduce weight and increase fuel efficiency
  • healthy growth in packaging and consumer applications, driven by the low cost and source reduction advantages of plastics compared to competing materials

Thermoplastic resins will continue to account for about 85% of the market. Thermoplastic resins will account for by far the majority of gains due to the processing and design advantages they have over thermoset resins, which are limited by market maturity.

Factors Impacting Virgin vs. Plastic Pricing

Pricing is a crucial competitive factor for manufacturers of plastic film and containers due to the competitive nature of the industry and the fact that many items that are produced are high-volume, commodity products such as beverage bottles. Many variables can influence a plastic product’s price, including:

  • raw material and labor costs
  • transportation and filling expenses
  • level of demand
  • customization and design expenses
  • capacity shortages
  • competition from other materials

In general, resin accounts for roughly half of the average plastic bottle’s cost, while other raw materials account for 10%, labor costs for 20%, and the remaining 20% is a combination of other expenses.

Additionally, plastic has to compete with glass, metal, paper, and other materials used for packaging. Virgin plastic resins are generally much less expensive than other materials due to technological and manufacturing innovations, economies of scale, and downgauging of resins.

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  1. Recycled Plastics in Packaging

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    1. 1 Executive Summary

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      1. Figure 1-1 - US Packaging Market for Recycled Plastics

    2. 2 Recycling Industry Overview

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      1. 2.1 Study Scope

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      2. 2.2 Lifecycle of Plastic

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        1. Figure 2-1 - Lifecycle of Plastic

      3. 2.3 Plastic Recycling Processes & Technology Development

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        1. 2.3.1 Collection

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        2. 2.3.2 Sorting Processes

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        3. 2.3.3 Baling Processes

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        4. 2.3.4 Shredding & Washing Processes

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        5. 2.3.5 Technological Developments

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      4. 2.4 Historical Recycled Plastic Trends

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        1. Table | Recycled Plastic Market, 2005 - 2020

      5. 2.5 Trends in Recycled Content Sources

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      6. 2.6 Packaging's Importance to the Recycling Industry

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        1. Figure 2-2 - Packaging & the Recycling Industry

    3. 3 Recycled Plastic Supply & Demand

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      1. 3.1 Data Sources & Methodology

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      2. 3.2 Growth Scenarios

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      3. 3.3 Base Case Growth Scenario

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        1. 3.3.1 Supply & Demand Overview

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          1. Table | Recycled Plastic Supply & Demand Base Scenario, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 3-1 - Recycled Plastic for Packaging Applications Base Scenario, 2020

        2. 3.3.2 Plastic Waste Collection Outlook

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        3. 3.3.3 Recycled Plastic Supply Forecast

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        4. 3.3.4 Recycled Plastic Demand in Packaging Forecast

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          1. Figure 3-2 - Packaging Demand for Recycled Plastic: Supply Constrained vs. Non-Supply Constrained Comparison, 2010 - 2030

      4. 3.4 Increased Collection Scenario

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        1. Table | Recycled Plastic Processing & Demand: Increased Collection Scenario, 2010 - 2030

    4. 4 Factors Impacting Plastic Recycling Activity

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      1. 4.1 Plastic Resin Industry Trends

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        1. Table | Plastic Resin Supply & Demand by Type, 2010 - 2030

      2. 4.2 Plastic Pricing Trends

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        1. 4.2.1 Factors Impacting Virgin vs. Plastic Pricing

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          1. Figure 4-1 - Virgin & Recycled Plastic Resin Price Comparison, 2020

        2. 4.2.2 Virgin Resins

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          1. Table | Virgin Plastic Resin Average Prices, 2010 - 2030

        3. 4.2.3 Recycled Resins

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          1. Table | Average Recycled Plastic Resin Prices in Packaging, 2010 - 2030

      3. 4.3 Foreign Trade of Plastic Waste

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        1. 4.3.1 Plastic Waste Supply & Demand

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          1. Table | Plastic Waste Supply & Demand, 2010 - 2030

        2. 4.3.2 China's Ban on Waste Imports

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        3. 4.3.3 Impact of the Basel Convention

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      4. 4.4 Regulatory & Legislative Environment

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        1. 4.4.1 Federal, State, & Local Government Framework

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        2. 4.4.2 Container Deposit Laws

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        3. 4.4.3 Municipal Collection Infrastructure

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        4. 4.4.4 Solid Waste Management Trends

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        5. 4.4.5 Food Contact Standards

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        6. 4.4.6 Plastic Packaging Bans

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      5. 4.5 Alternatives to Plastic Recycling for Sustainability

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        1. 4.5.1 Bioplastics

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        2. 4.5.2 Compostable Plastics

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        3. 4.5.3 Material Substitution

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    5. 5 Consumers & Plastic Recycling

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      1. 5.1 What is Sustainability to Consumers?

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        1. 5.1.1 Attitudes About Recycling

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          1. Table | Consumer Attitudes About Recycling by Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

        2. 5.1.2 Attitudes About Recyclable Packaging & Recycled Content in Packaging

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          1. Table | Consumer Attitudes About Recyclable & Recycled Content in Packaging by Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

        3. 5.1.3 Packaging Materials Ranked by Perceived Eco-Friendliness

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          1. Figure 5-1 - Consumer Perception of the Eco-Friendliness of Packaging Materials, 2021

          2. Table | Consumer Perspectives on the Eco-Friendliness of Packaging Using Conventional Petroleum-Based Plastics by Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

          3. Table | Consumer Perspectives on the Eco-Friendliness of Packaging Using Plant-Based Bioplastics by Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

        4. 5.1.4 Sustainable Packaging Features Particularly Sought by Consumers

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          1. Figure 5-2 - Features Consumers Especially Look for When Considering "Sustainable" or "Eco-Friendly" Packaging, 2021

          2. Table | Features Consumers Especially Look for When Considering "Sustainable" or "Eco-Friendly" Packaging by Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

        5. 5.1.5 Attitudes About Recycling & Biodegradability

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          1. Table | Consumer Attitudes About Recycled Plastics & Biodegradability by Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

      2. 5.2 COVID-19 Pandemic Household Waste Generation

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        1. Table | COVID-19 Pandemic Household Waste Generation Trends by Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

      3. 5.3 Curbside Recycling Services: Consumer Access

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        1. Table | Access To Curbside Recycling at Home by Product to Recycle, Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

        2. Table | Access To Curbside Composting Services at Home by Type, Gender, Age Group, Rural vs. Urban Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

      4. 5.4 Drop-Off Recycling Services: Consumer Usage

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        1. Table | Usage of Drop-Off Recycling Services

        2. Table | Usage of Drop-Off Composting Services

      5. 5.5 Frequency of Use: Recycling & Composting Services

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        1. 5.5.1 Recycling Participation Rates by Material

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          1. Figure 5-3 - Consumer Recycling Frequency by Type of Packaging, 2021

        2. 5.5.2 Plastic Containers Recycling

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          1. Table | Consumer Frequency of Plastic Container Recycling by Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

        3. 5.5.3 Glass Containers Recycling

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          1. Table | Consumer Frequency of Glass Container Recycling by Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

        4. 5.5.4 Paper Recycling

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          1. Table | Consumer Frequency of Paper Recycling by Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

        5. 5.5.5 Paperboard & Corrugated Recycling

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          1. Table | Consumer Frequency of Paperboard & Corrugated Recycling by Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

        6. 5.5.6 Plastic Film & Bag Recycling

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          1. Table | Consumer Frequency of Plastic Film & Bag Recycling by Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

        7. 5.5.7 Composting of Packaging

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          1. Table | Consumer Frequency of Composting Packaging by Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

      6. 5.6 Consumer Attitudes About Paying For Waste Services

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        1. 5.6.1 Willingness to Pay for Expanded Curbside Recycling & Composting Services

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          1. Table | Willingness to Pay for Expanded Curbside Recycling & Composting Services by Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

        2. 5.6.2 Who Should Pay For Waste Services

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          1. Table | Consumer Opinion on Who Should Pay for Waste Services by Gender, Age Group, Urban vs. Rural Setting, & Annual Household Income Bracket, 2021

    6. 6 Public & Private Recycling Initiatives

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      1. 6.1 Public Sector Initiatives

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        1. 6.1.1 Recycled Content Requirements & Incentives

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        2. 6.1.2 Plastic Bag & Container Regulations

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      2. 6.2 Private Sector Initiatives & Issues

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        1. 6.2.1 Labeling & Bale Standards

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        2. 6.2.2 Collection Initiatives

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        3. 6.2.3 Extended Producer Responsibility

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    7. 7 Recycled Plastic Content Targets

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      1. 7.1 Implementation of Recycled Plastic Content Targets

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      2. 7.2 Consumer Packaged Goods Producers

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        1. Table | Selected Consumer Packaged Goods Producers: Recycled Content Goals

      3. 7.3 Packaging Suppliers

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        1. Table | Selected Packaging Suppliers: Recycled Content Goals

      4. 7.4 State Governments & Other Entities

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        1. Table | Selected State Governments: Recycled Content Goals

    8. 8 Plastic Waste Collection for Recycling

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      1. 8.1 Recycling Collection by Source

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        1. Table | Post-Consumer Plastic Waste Collected for Recycling by Source, 2010 - 2030

        2. Figure 8-1 - Post-Consumer Plastic Waste Collected for Recycling by Source, 2020

      2. 8.2 Bottles

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        1. 8.2.1 Collection by Resin

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          1. Table | Plastic Bottles Collected for Recycling by Resin, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 8-2 - Plastic Bottles Collected for Recycling by Resin, 2010 - 2030

        2. 8.2.2 PET

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          1. Figure 8-3 - PET Bottles Collected for Recycling, 2010 - 2025

        3. 8.2.3 PE

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          1. Figure 8-4 - HDPE & LDPE Bottles Collected for Recycling, 2010 - 2025

        4. 8.2.4 PP & Other Resins

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          1. Figure 8-5 - PP & Other Bottles Collected for Recycling, 2010 - 2025

      3. 8.3 Other Rigid Plastic & Foam

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        1. 8.3.1 Collection by Resin

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          1. Table | Rigid Plastic & Foam Collected for Recycling by Source, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 8-6 - Rigid Plastic & Foam Collected for Recycling by Source, 2010 - 2030

        2. 8.3.2 Packaging

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          1. Figure 8-7 - Rigid Plastic & Foam Packaging Collected for Recycling, 2010 - 2025

        3. 8.3.3 Motor Vehicles

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          1. Figure 8-8 - Rigid Plastic & Foam Collected from Motor Vehicles for Recycling, 2010 - 2025

        4. 8.3.4 All Other Rigid Plastic & Foam

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          1. Figure 8-9 - All Other Rigid Plastic & Foam Collected for Recycling, 2010 - 2025

      4. 8.4 Carpet & Fiber

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        1. Table | Carpet & Fiber Collected for Recycling by Resin, 2010 - 2030

        2. Figure 8-10 - Carpet & Fiber Collected for Recycling, 2010 - 2025

      5. 8.5 Flexible Packaging

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        1. Table | Flexible Packaging Collected for Recycling by Resin, 2010 - 2030

        2. Figure 8-11 - Flexible Packaging Collected for Recycling by Resin, 2010 - 2030

    9. 9 Recycled Plastic Resins in Packaging

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      1. 9.1 Demand by Resin

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        1. Table | Recycled Plastic Demand in Packaging by Resin, 2010 - 2030

        2. Figure 9-1 - Recycled Plastic Demand in Packaging by Resin, 2010 - 2030

      2. 9.2 Polyethylene Terephthalate

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        1. 9.2.1 Virgin PET Resin Supply & Demand

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          1. Table | Virgin Polyethylene Terephthalate

          2. Figure 9-2 - Virgin PET Supply & Demand, 2010 - 2030

        2. 9.2.2 Waste PET Collected & Recycled PET Supply

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          1. Table | PET Waste Collection & Recycled PET Supply, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 9-3 - Waste PET Collected & Recycled PET Supply, 2010 - 2030

        3. 9.2.3 Recycled PET Demand in Packaging by Product

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          1. Table | Recycled PET Demand in Packaging by Product, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 9-4 - Recycled PET Demand in Packaging by Product, 2010 - 2030

        4. 9.2.4 Producers

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      3. 9.3 High-Density Polyethylene

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        1. 9.3.1 Virgin HDPE Resin Supply & Demand

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          1. Table | Virgin HDPE Supply & Demand, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 9-5 - Virgin HDPE Supply & Demand, 2010 - 2030

        2. 9.3.2 Waste HDPE Collected & Recycled HDPE Supply

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          1. Table | HDPE Waste Collected & Recycled HDPE Supply, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 9-6 - HDPE Waste Collected & Recycled HDPE Supply, 2010 - 2030

        3. 9.3.3 Packaging Demand for Recycled HDPE by Product

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          1. Table | Recycled HDPE Demand in Packaging by Product, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 9-7 - Recycled HDPE Demand in Packaging by Product, 2010 - 2030

        4. 9.3.4 Producers

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      4. 9.4 Low-Density Polyethylene

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        1. 9.4.1 Virgin LDPE & LLDPE Resin Supply & Demand

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          1. Table | Virgin LDPE & LLDPE Resin Supply & Demand by Resin Type, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 9-8 - Virgin LDPE & LLDPE Resin Supply & Demand, 2010 - 2030

        2. 9.4.2 Waste LDPE & LLDPE Collected & Recycled LDPE & LLDPE Supply

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          1. Table | LDPE & LLDPE Waste Collected & Recycled LDPE & LLDPE Supply, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 9-9 - LDPE & LLDPE Waste Collected & Recycled LDPE & LLDPE Supply, 2010 - 2030

        3. 9.4.3 Packaging Demand for Recycled LDPE & LLDPE by Product

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          1. Table | Recycled LDPE & LLDPE Demand in Packaging by Product, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 9-10 - Packaging Demand for Recycled LDPE & LLDPE by Product, 2010 - 2030

        4. 9.4.4 Producers

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      5. 9.5 Polypropylene

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        1. 9.5.1 Virgin PP & Other Plastic Resins Supply & Demand

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          1. Table | Virgin Polypropylene

          2. Figure 9-11 - Virgin Polypropylene & Other Plastic Resin Supply & Demand, 2010 - 2030

        2. 9.5.2 Waste PP & Other Plastic Collected & Recycled PP & Other Plastic Supply

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          1. Table | PP & Other Plastic Waste Collected & Recycled PP & Other Plastic Supply, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 9-12 - PP & Other Plastic Waste Collected & Recycled PP & Other Plastic Supply, 2010 - 2030

        3. 9.5.3 Packaging Demand for Recycled PP & Other Plastic by Product

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          1. Table | Recycled PP & Other Plastic Resin Demand in Packaging by Product, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 9-13 - Recycled PP & Other Plastic Resin Demand in Packaging by Product, 2010 - 2030

    10. 10 Recycled Plastics in Packaging Products

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      1. 10.1 Recycled Plastic Demand in Packaging

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        1. Table | Recycled Plastic Demand in Packaging by Product, 2010 - 2030

        2. Figure 10-1 - Recycled Plastic Demand in Packaging by Product, 2010 - 2030

      2. 10.2 Bottles

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        1. 10.2.1 Demand by Application & Resin

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          1. Table | Bottles: Demand for Recycled Plastic by Application & Resin, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 10-2 - Bottles: Demand for Recycled Plastic by Application, 2010 - 2030

        2. 10.2.2 Food & Beverage Bottles

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          1. Table | Food & Beverage Bottles: Demand for Recycled Plastic by Application & Resin, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 10-3 - Food & Beverage Bottles: Demand for Recycled Plastic by Application, 2010 - 2030

        3. 10.2.3 Non-Food Bottles

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          1. Table | Non-Food Bottle Demand for Recycled Plastic by Resin, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 10-4 - Non-Food Bottle Demand for Recycled Plastic by Resin, 2010 - 2030

      3. 10.3 Other Rigid Plastic Packaging

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        1. Table | Demand for Recycled Plastic in Other Rigid Plastic Packaging by Resin, 2010 - 2030

        2. Figure 10-5 - Demand for Recycled Plastic in Other Rigid Plastic Packaging by Resin, 2010 - 2030

      4. 10.4 Flexible Packaging

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        1. 10.4.1 Demand by Product & Resin

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          1. Table | Demand for Recycled Plastic in Flexible Packaging by Product & Resin, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 10-6 - Demand for Recycled Plastic in Flexible Packaging by Product, 2010 - 2030

        2. 10.4.2 Retail Bags

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          1. Table | Retail Bags: Demand for Recycled Plastic by Resin, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 10-7 - Retail Bags: Demand for Recycled Plastic by Resin, 2010 - 2030

        3. 10.4.3 Trash Bags

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          1. Table | Trash Bags: Demand for Recycled Plastic by Resin, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 10-8 - Trash Bags: Demand for Recycled Plastic by Resin, 2010 - 2030

        4. 10.4.4 Other Flexible Packaging

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          1. Table | Other Flexible Packaging: Demand for Recycled Plastic by Resin, 2010 - 2030

          2. Figure 10-9 - Other Flexible Packaging: Demand for Recycled Plastic by Resin, 2010 - 2030

    11. 11 Industry Structure

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      1. 11.1 Industry Participants & Key Findings

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      2. 11.2 Recycled Plastic Processors

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        1. 11.2.1 Avangard Innovative

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        2. 11.2.2 Custom Polymers

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        3. 11.2.3 Indorama Ventures

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        4. 11.2.4 KW Plastics

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        5. 11.2.5 Norwich Plastics

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        6. 11.2.6 Phoenix Technologies

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      3. 11.3 Packaging Suppliers

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        1. 11.3.1 Amcor

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        2. 11.3.2 Berry Global

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        3. 11.3.3 Pactiv Evergreen

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        4. 11.3.4 Sealed Air

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      4. 11.4 Consumer Packaged Goods Producers

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        1. 11.4.1 Nestlé

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        2. 11.4.2 PepsiCo

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        3. 11.4.3 Procter & Gamble

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        4. 11.4.4 Unilever

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      5. 11.5 Retailers

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        1. 11.5.1 Costco Wholesale

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        2. 11.5.2 Kroger

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        3. 11.5.3 Target

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        4. 11.5.4 Walmart

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    12. 12 Appendix

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      1. 12.1 Report Details

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        1. Table | Relevant Industry Codes

        2. Table | Relevant HS Codes

        3. Table | Relevant NACE Codes

      2. 12.2 Definitions

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        1. 12.2.1 General

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        2. 12.2.2 Recycling

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      3. 12.3 Abbreviations

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        1. Table | Abbreviations Used in the Study

      4. 12.4 Freedonia Methodology

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        1. 12.4.1 A Comprehensive Approach to Data Analysis

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        2. 12.4.2 High-Quality, Industry-Leading Market Research

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      5. 12.5 Study-Specific Methodology

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      6. 12.6 Sources

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      7. 12.7 Associations & Agencies

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      8. 12.8 Related Studies & Reports

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        1. 12.8.1 US Freedonia Group Studies

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        2. 12.8.2 Global Freedonia Group Studies

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        3. 12.8.3 Freedonia Focus Reports

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        4. 12.8.4 Knowledge Center

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      9. 12.9 Macroeconomic Assumptions

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        1. 12.9.1 Economic Environment

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          1. Table | Macroeconomic Indicators, 2010 - 2030

        2. 12.9.2 Demographics

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          1. Table | Population & Households, 2010 - 2030

        3. 12.9.3 Manufacturers' Shipments

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          1. Table | Manufacturers' Shipments, 2010 - 2030

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