Round one victory for Take the Wrap

June 1993
Environmental Action;Summer93, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p4
Reports on the Wrap, Environmental Action Foundation's (EAF) campaign against the plastic industry's deceptive use of `chasing arrows' recycling symbol. Admission by the Society of the Plastic Industry that its recycling code is a problem; Take the Wrap's urging the citizens to write letters to the Federal Trade Commission regarding chase arrows.


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