News around the web: Boxed Water

By on March 25, 2009, 6:00 PM
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JDoors said:
Re: Boxed Water Is BetterSeems like it would be better, even if the only advantage was in shipping the empties (One pallet of flat boxes vs five truckloads of bottles? Can't beat that!). They don't mention if they're 'aseptic' packaging and that would be important because:"Our cartons ... are recyclable in most areas, and will be everywhere shortly."Err, no they are not, and no, they will not.
tengeta said:
Glass bottles in the past were far superior, and they always went back to manufacturers to wash out and re-use.Its too bad that we only think something is green if we have never done it before or it lacks any logic.
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