Local nonprofit accepting plastics for synthetic lumber project

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Local environmental nonprofit Cook Inletkeeper is collecting plastics in Soldotna to be sent to Seward and transformed into synthetic lumber in collaboration with ReGroup, a recycling advocacy organization from the Kenai Peninsula. Ben Boettger, energy organizer at Cook Inletkeeper, said the collection began in mid-July. The organization is providing space and logistics support for the…

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