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Re: [GreenYes] Recyclers' Analysis of Barrier and Amber-TintedPET Bottles
Thanks, Peter for your persistent, good work.

In light of Sunday's (and Monday's?) incidents at NFL games involving  amber PET beer bottle throwing, it will be interesting to see if the response will be that stadia will now ban ALL bottles, thus eliminating the niche market that plastic has seemed to carve for itself for beer....

>>> "Peter Anderson" <anderson@recycleworlds.org> 12/18/01 02:25PM >>>
    The Plastic Redesign Project, a multi-state coalition of local and state
public recycling officials, has released its technical report evaluating the
economic impact of the first generation of barrier and amber tinted PET
bottles on local recycling programs, "PET Barriers, Tints and Recycling:
Challenges and Potential Impacts on the RPET Stream.  The Executive Summary
can be found at our website, www.plasticredesign.org, and copies of the full
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