Sharon Kneiss

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Vice President, Products Division, American Chemistry Council

Sharon Kneiss on KCRW

Disposable plastic bags are a risk to oceans, lakes, local economies and the quality of life for millions of people.

Is it the End of the Line for Paper or Plastic?

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