The legislation applies to grocery stores, convenience stores, pharmacies, restaurants and gas stations, although some types of products would be exempt.
Awards in five categories were given to companies that have made substantial contributions to American recycling.
Bill includes language offered by Sen. Susan Collins requiring EPA to process eRIN backlog.
A District Court judge in Northern California decided that EPA's request for a delay is an effort to "sidestep" a previous court order.
In their lawsuit, landfill operators call the 140-foot limit “arbitrary and capricious”—and not related to public health.
The Star Tribune reports that those who showed up on Election Day to support the citywide service outnumbered opponents by nearly 14,000.
EPA said it is modifying the 2015 CCR regulation “in order to promote increased recycling in infrastructure projects and other uses.”