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Join us for a panel discussion surrounding topics of foodservice packaging and recycling quality. Panelists will be discussing the results of FPI's latest food residue study in Delaware, program expansion and recycling quality under Delaware's Universal Recycling law, and a look at a county in North Carolina success story of adding pizza boxes to their recycling program.

When: Tuesday, October 28
11:00 AM
Where: Online
Presenter: Food Packaging Institute

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The Foodservice Packaging Institute (FPI) is hosting a webinar that will bring together industry partners to discuss various aspects of foodservice packaging and recycling quality, including FPI’s focused work on food residue studies, a discussion of quality of recycling under Delaware’s new recycling law, and county discussions about pizza box collection in curbside programs. 
Speakers during the 60-minute webinar scheduled for Tuesday, October 28th at 2:00pm Eastern Time will include representatives from the Mecklenburg County, Delaware Solid Waste Authority, and DSM Environmental. 
This discussion about opportunities and obstacles based on real world experience is sure to be of benefit to our packaging and recovery organizations, material recovery facility operators, as well as municipalities as they consider adding foodservice packaging to their recycling streams. 




About FPI 
Founded in 1933, the Foodservice Packaging Institute (FPI) is the leading authority for the North American foodservice packaging industry. FPI encourages the responsible use of all foodservice packaging through promotion of its benefits and members’ products. Serving as the voice of the industry to educate and influence stakeholders, FPI provides a legal forum to address the challenges and opportunities facing the foodservice packaging industry. Members include foodservice packaging manufacturers and their raw material and machinery suppliers, restaurants, grocery and convenience stores, distributors and nearly 50 school districts, colleges and universities. Learn more at and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. 
About PRA and PRG 
The Paper Recovery Alliance and Plastics Recovery Group were formed under the Foodservice Packaging Institute to create voluntary, market-based solutions for the recovery and processing of used paper and plastic foodservice packaging, respectively. Members include stakeholders from throughout the packaging and recovery value chains. Learn more at

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