Packaging giant Graphic Packaging Holding Co. is starting a $600 million project -- "the first new paperboard production line built in the U.S. in decades" to turn "mountains of recycled cardboard
into paperboard suitable for greener forms of packaging." The company says green investing has opened up "a market worth more than $6 billion a year for replacing plastic with paper on store shelves,
even if it might result in consumers seeing slightly higher prices."
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