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[GreenYes] Re: #1 Plastic leaching

This link answers your question:

In Malaysia, consumers are not paid to recycle plastic bottles because
the cost to deliver them to the recycling station cost more since the
bottles are light and occupy lots of space. Since it is not a good idea
to re-use it for drinking, and if you need some ideas how to reuse them,
click on link below for some pictures:

GreenBeing Nancy

<-----Original Message----->
>From: Susan Kramer [susankramer@no.address]
>Sent: 4/17/2007 12:36:06 AM
>To: GreenYes@no.address
>Subject: Re: [GreenYes] #1 Plastic leaching
>A while back, there was a thread regarding #1 Plastics and the safety
of this
>I am not where my files are and have a question. Do chemicals leach
from # 1
>plastic bottles? If so, is it because of temperature?
>I recall that the big no no was re use because of bacteria.
>Just need a quick explanation.
>Susan Kramer

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