Angelenos could soon see their trash become a large part of their trash cans.

Los Angeles-based manufacturing company Rehrig says it has engineered a way to integrate at least twice as much ocean-bound plastic into its new products as its competitors.

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Think you have what it takes to change how people get around? Then you should apply to the fourth annual L.A. New Mobility Challenge, a joint initiative of CoMotion, the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator, the NewCities Foundation, the UK Government/ British Consulate-General in Los Angeles, SparkLabs Group and Urban Movement Labs.

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