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Re: Fwd: [BBAN]: [greenyes] Aseptic containers: Alcoa announcesnew recycling proc...


The only problem with a ban is that aseptic contains provide a low-weight, low breakage way to ship and store food products such as milk and juice without refrigeration for fairly long periods of time. This is quite important in many parts of the world.

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From: Jdresser1@no.address
Date: Mon, 23 May 2005 12:40:09 EDT
Subject: Re: [BBAN]: [greenyes] Aseptic containers: Alcoa announces new recycling proc...
To: gary@no.address

I would think a simpler solution, rather than going to all this trouble for an end of pipe solution, would be to simply 'ban' this type of container from the marketplace.
Gary Liss
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