EPA: More Americans using e-waste recycling than cars

The Environmental Protection Agency is warning the nation’s auto-recycling sector that it will need to up its game if it is to meet the challenges of climate change and environmental regulation, while the industry is also seeing the potential for its business model to shift.

“If the auto industry is going to adapt, the way to do that is through more recycling,” said Matt Taylor, chief of the Office of Policy and Management at the EPA.

“We need more recyclable materials and that includes e-liquid, paper, metal, plastics, paper products.

The way to get there is by going from an old-fashioned to an e-commerce system.”

E-wastes are a form of waste that could help clean up the atmosphere, according to the EPA, which has also been studying how to recycle them.

It said the most common form of recycled e-juice, which can be made from a variety of materials, is called “non-flammable” or “e-liquid” because it is less toxic than solid waste.

It’s used to manufacture the juice in electric vehicles.

E-liquid is a non-hazardous liquid that has been found to have significant benefits in reducing pollution and reducing air pollution, according the EPA in a statement.

It is the second most common e-liquids in use in the United States.

Taylor said the auto-wasting sector, which relies heavily on e-products to produce its products, is going through a transition to a new type of recycling.

“There are going to be a lot of new products coming in and I think that’s going to create a lot more demand for recycling,” Taylor said.

The transition will likely take years, he said, but the industry will benefit by seeing more recycling in their supply chain and using recycled products.

The EPA said the U.S. has been recycling nearly 1 billion gallons of e-cigarette liquid in 2015, but Taylor said that figure could be much higher because of the number of e.liquors and liquids being shipped into the country.

The agency also said the industry has been sending a lot less liquid to the U, which could make it difficult to recycle as much of the product.

The agency has been working to improve recycling efficiency.

It has been using the EPA’s new Waste Management Inventory (WMI) to track the percentage of liquid e-cigarettes that are being recycled.

According to the agency, in 2015 there were about 2.5 billion gallons worth of e and liquid in the recycling fleet.

In a survey of consumers conducted in April, about 70 percent said they would consider recycling e-cigs if the EPA proposed new regulations to make e-smoking safer and cleaner.

E-cigarette manufacturers have already started selling e-cig refill cartridges and liquid products in vending machines.