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EPA has developed criteria and a process for product designation and recommendations for percentage of recovered content for each designated product. EPA published final or proposed recycled-content recommendations for each product. All proposals, designations, and recommendations are published in the Federal Register.
EPA has already designated or is proposing to designate the products listed below. They are grouped into eight categories which are listed below followed by examples of products in those categories: Product Resource Guides are also available for each of the eight product categories.
Nylon carpet and nylon carpet backing Landscaping Products: Compost and fertilizer made from recovered organic materials, Garden and soaker hoses, Hydraulic mulch, Lawn and garden edging, Plastic lumber landscaping timbers and posts Miscellaneous Products: Binders, Clipboards, File folders, Clip portfolios, Presentation folders, Office furniture, Office recycling containers, Office waste receptacles, Plastic desktop accessories, Plastic envelopes, Plastic trash bags, Printer ribbons, Toner cartridges Paper and Paper Products: Park benches and picnic tables, Plastic fencing, Playground equipment, Playground surfaces, Running tracks Transportation Products: See the Product Notes column for full details.
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