Three Canadian companies who market green buzzwords like "sustainability" and "environmental solutions" on their websites and in promotional videos were put to the test ... by investigative journalists:

"Only 1 company recycled the plastic. The two trackers in Merlin Plastics' bales ended up at a recycling processing plant in Delta, B.C., suggesting it was recycled.

Both of the GFL trackers went straight to a waste-to-energy facility, a landfill alternative that creates power by incinerating garbage. The harmful acid gases emitted through the burning process become trapped in the incinerator and are then treated with chemical "scrubbers" that convert them into neutral salts."

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