Malls recycling packaging

Holbrook, Jessica
May 2013
Waste & Recycling News;5/13/2013, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p0028
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a recycling program launched by Indianapolis-based real estate firm Simon Property Group Inc. Simon-owned Concord Mills outlet mall in Concord, North Carolina has a plastic room that compresses shrink wrap, garment bags and other plastic shipping materials into bales, which are then collected for recycling. The challenges associated with Simon's baling program are also considered, such as finding enough buyers of the material.


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