Recycling is meant to protect the environment -- but there's a practice that companies try to pass off as recycling that actually does more harm than good.
It's called "chemical recycling." This process converts plastic into waste fuel, releasing toxic substances and greenhouse gases.
"Chemical recycling" isn't actually recycling at all -- and we need to make sure that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) doesn't count this practice while measuring the recycling rate.
Submit a public comment before March 8 to help us convince the EPA that plastic-to-fuel practices aren't recycling.