Contents of Hefty “Recycling” Bags Not Recycled Class Action

Hefty “Recycling” Bags are put out by Reynolds Consumer Products, Inc. and Reynolds Consumer Products, LLC. Information given on the product packaging and on the website present the bags as suitable for holding items for recycling and help “[r]educe your environmental impact[.]” But the complaint alleges that the bags are not recyclable and that when  Read more

Hefty Recycling Bags

Keurig “Recyclable” K Cups Settlement

Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. is paying $10 million to settle a class action alleging that the labeling and advertising of K cups single-serving pods misled consumers when it portrayed them as recyclable, even though recycling was not widely available for them.  Read more

K Cups Next to Cup of Coffee

Walgreen Bags Not Recyclable in California Class Action

In recent years, more and more attention has been focused on plastic waste and its persistence in the environment. This class action concerns California’s SB 270 law on reusable plastic-film store bags. The complaint alleges that Walgreen Company violates the law because it gives customers reusable plastic-film bags that that are not recyclable.  Read more

A Walgreens Store

Niagara Bottling “100% Recyclable” Water Bottles New York Class Action

Niagara Bottling, LLC is responsible for a number of brands of bottled waters, including Niagara, Costco Kirkland, Save Mart Sunny Select, and Save Market Essentials. Niagara labels the bottles as being “100% Recyclable.” However, the complaint for this class action alleges that this is not true, for a number of reasons.  Read more

24-Pack of Niagara Bottled Water