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You can help build a new circular economy for plastic, in which plastic is reused instead of discarded. Helping keep plastic out of our environment.

Five Actions For Sustainable Change

Learn about our comprehensive national strategy to confront the most pressing challenges head on and move the United States toward a sustainable, circular economy where plastics and other materials can be reused again and again.

Policy Positions

Making sustainable change requires making sustainable public policies. To create a circular economy for plastics, policies that encourage today’s linear economy must be replaced with policies that promote circularity. We’re working with policy makers at the local, state, federal, and international levels to help keep plastic in our economy and out of our environment.

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Advocacy Resources

Want to help make sustainable change? We’re providing helpful resources to lend your hand and raise your voice on the road to circularity.


Explore science-driven research findings that examine how our industry’s innovative solutions are helping to create a more sustainable future.

Fact Sheets

America’s Plastic Makers understands the need to provide essential information in a concise, straightforward format. We have created informational resources on a variety of topics that highlight key points and critical information.


Women Reshaping Plastics

February 27, 2023

Making sustainable change comes from discovering your purpose and passion. Hear from trailblazing women on how they found their north star working on plastics sustainability and are now helping shape a brighter future.

November 18, 2022

Unlocking greater opportunities for global connectivity and sustainability with Dr. Rennisha Wickham of Dow and Kyle Fleming of the Virgin Islands Energy Office.

September 22, 2022

Sustainable change starts with the ideas and passions of dedicated people. Hear America’s Change Makers – working with modern plastics to solve some of the world’s toughest challenges and create a more sustainable future.

August 22, 2022

Chemical Week’s Rob Westervelt and Global Environmental Technology Foundation's Monica Ellis highlight outstanding innovations in sustainability that are helping build the circular economy.

July 25, 2022

Soydan Ozcan, Senior Scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory discusses its new partnership with the American Chemistry Council to explore ways to capture, recycle and remake more plastic from our old vehicles.