TORONTO (Sept. 13, 2:05 p.m. ET) — In the aftermath of a successful pilot program, Canada’s largest city, Toronto, is adding clear PET clamshell containers and all mixed rigid plastics to its Blue Bin recycling program. Toronto becomes the third major Canadian city — along with Ottawa and Calgary — to recycle clamshells.
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