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Only for glass bottles that contained natural 100% juice or milk, milk products, or milk derivatives. These must also have a screw-on PLASTIC cap with the ring still on It. w Only tor compostable matter which Is suitable for a tulip garden. w Only for tin-based goods. Violators attempting to put other metals in this bin will be hunted down and made to face the full extent of the law. a Only for glass bottles that contained natural 100% Juice or milk, milk products, or milk derivatives. These must also have a screw-on PLASTIC cap with the ring still on It. Cj Only for compostable matter which Is suitable for a tulip garden. * Only for tin-based goods. Violators attempting to put other metals In this bln will be hunted down and made to face the full extent of the law. w Only for glass bottles that contained natural 100% Juice or milk, milk products, or milk derivatives. These must also have a screw-on PLASTIC cap with the ring still on It. w Only for compostable matter which Is suitable for a tulip garden. DOGHOUSEDIARIES
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Comments 218.06.201322:14link5.0
yep, bad usability can ruin everything, every good idea
Re-L Mayer Re-L Mayer 19.06.201300:04 response link 0.0
The messed up part?

American beverage companies HAD a very green recycling program back in the 1950s, but they threw it away.
Soda and milk bottles were glass, and you returned them to the store, kind of like we still do at the liquor/beer store. The bottles would be washed and re-used. Very green.
However this naturally mandated running expensive bottle retrieval networks, and running a bottle-washing factory, all of which was a bit expensive, so they switched to disposable, single-use containers.
This generated a ton of extra trash, creating new crisis's of overflowing landfills all on their own, some of it ending up littered all over the streets, making cities look terrible, and some even thrown into farmer's fields, where the cows would eat the plastic bottles (they still smelled like their contents) and die.

So, these litter-generating companies launched the first anti-littering campaign, "Keep America Beautiful"! which pushed all the blame for the litter problem onto the consumer for throwing their garbage on the ground... which is admittedly at least partially accurate... but absolved them completely of any responsibility for CREATING the garbage in the first place.

Their blame-diversion campaign was enshrined in media history with the now famous "Crying Indian" commercial. The "Indian" was actually an Italian man in a costume.
Hinoron Hinoron 24.03.202005:58 response link 0.0
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