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    http://www.plasticseurope.org/cust/documentrequest.aspx?DocID=768
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    http://www.pacerepresentatives.com/uploads/styrofoam_and_leed.pdf
  3. Fabian, B.A., et al., “The Environmental and Societal Value of Extruded Polystyrene Foam Insulation,” Earth Tech Forum 200, 15 Apr 2004. See,

    http://xpsa.com/pdf/Fabian_Hoffee_Herrenbruck_Earthtech_2004.pdf
  4. EPS Industry Alliance, “2013 EPS Recycling Rate Report,” accessed 29 September 2014, see

    http://www.epsindustry.org/sites/default/files/EPS%20Recycling%20brochure%20PRINT%20no%20bleed.pdf
  5. United Kingdom Save A Cup Program Website, accessed 12 June 2014, see

    http://www.save-a-cup.co.uk/

    Stichting Disosables Benelux Website (in Dutch), accessed 12 June 2014, see

    http://www.prodisposables.nl/index.html
  6. Access to Recycling: Expanded Polystyrene Foodservice Items, see

    http://plasticfoodservicefacts.com/Pages/Access-to-Recycling-Expanded-Polystyrene-Food-Service-Items.pdf
  7. United States Environmental Protection Agency, “Municipal Solid Waste Generation, Recycling, and Disposal in the United States, Tables and Figures for 2012,” Table 8,

    http://epa.gov/osw/nonhaz/municipal/pubs/2012_msw_dat_tbls.pdf
  8. “Plastic loosefill and the environment,” Plastics Loosefill Council website, accessed 15 Aug 2011, see

    http://www.loosefillpackaging.com/pages/environment.htm
  9. Argonne National Laboratory, “Process for Recovering Usable Plastics from Mixed Plastic Waste,”

    http://www.es.anl.gov/energy_systems/publications/fact%20sheets/Materials%20Recovery%20Recycling/Froth_Jody%20(M5).pdf
  10. PlasticsEurope, UP Resin Group, “Environmental benefits of Fibre Reinforced Plastics,”

    http://www.greenblue.org/publications/design-for-recovery-guidelines-paper-packaging/
  11. Greenblue, “Design for Recovery Guidelines: Paper Packaging,” p. 8, 2011, see

    http://www.greenblue.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/CTL_Design-for- Recovery_Paper_web.pdf
  12. Carpet America Recovery Effort Website, see

    http://www.carpetrecovery.org/index.php