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Plastics Recycling Chart

The Meaning of Those Numbers on the Bottom of Your Bottles and Containers

This plastics identification chart should make recycling and sorting your plastic a little easier. It also shows some of the common plastic items in a home that are likely to leak chemicals into our food and bodies, so that you know which plastics are safe and which to avoid.  Please feel free to print and share.

Click to enlarge below Plastics Chart.

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I work for a production

By Bryant McEvoy on April 20

I work for a production company and we would like to use the Numbered Household Plastics Chart you have on your website on our television show. Could we get permission to do that?

Hi Bryant, Thanks for

By Almanac Staff on April 21

Hi Bryant, Thanks for writing. Please contact Ginger at gingerv@yankeepub.com regarding this request. Thanks, the OFA staff

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