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Two most common forms of litter in Canadian cities
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Liberals are VERMIN!
2017-10-04 09:12:27 UTC
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1. Plastic water bottles.
2. Tim Horton's coffee cups.
Greg Carr
2017-10-05 04:37:56 UTC
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1. Plastic water bottles.
2. Tim Horton's coffee cups.
The homeless and binners scoop up the water bottles pretty quick around here. You are right about coffee cups.
Dhu on Gate
2017-10-05 05:15:14 UTC
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1. Plastic water bottles.
2. Tim Horton's coffee cups.
The homeless and binners scoop up the water bottles pretty quick around here. You are right about coffee cups.
Yes! All containers should have a deposit, paper coffee cups included ;-)

Dhu
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Je suis Canadien. Ce n'est pas Francais ou Anglaise.
C'est une esp`ece de sauvage: ne obliviscaris, vix ea nostra voco;-)

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Liberals are VERMIN!
2017-10-05 05:22:10 UTC
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Post by Greg Carr
Post by Liberals are VERMIN!
1. Plastic water bottles.
2. Tim Horton's coffee cups.
The homeless and binners scoop up the water bottles pretty quick around here. You are right about coffee cups.
Yes! All containers should have a deposit, paper coffee cups included ;-)
Dhu
Ideally, but at least the cardboard cups degrade eventually, unlike the water bottles.
Dhu on Gate
2017-10-11 16:59:13 UTC
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Post by Dhu on Gate
Post by Greg Carr
1. Plastic water bottles. 2. Tim Horton's coffee cups.
The homeless and binners scoop up the water bottles pretty quick
around here. You are right about coffee cups.
Yes! All containers should have a deposit, paper coffee cups included ;-)
Dhu
Ideally, but at least the cardboard cups degrade eventually, unlike the water bottles.
Actually I think that all manufactured goods should have a "return to
maker" deposit up front. The manufacturer knows what goes into goods,
and is therefore the best bet for safe recycling/reuse. Toyota wouldn't
have to ship cars back to Japan, but it would have to make some deal with
the local scrapyards and/or foundries.

Dhu
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Je suis Canadien. Ce n'est pas Francais ou Anglaise.
C'est une esp`ece de sauvage: ne obliviscaris, vix ea nostra voco;-)

http://babayaga.neotext.ca/PublicKeys/Duncan_Patton_a_Campbell_pubkey.txt
BumbleBee
2017-10-11 17:42:10 UTC
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Post by Greg Carr
1. Plastic water bottles. 2. Tim Horton's coffee cups.
The homeless and binners scoop up the water bottles pretty quick
around here. You are right about coffee cups.
Yes! All containers should have a deposit, paper coffee cups included ;-)
Dhu
Ideally, but at least the cardboard cups degrade eventually, unlike the water bottles.
Actually I think that all manufactured goods should have a "return to
maker" deposit up front. The manufacturer knows what goes into goods,
and is therefore the best bet for safe recycling/reuse. Toyota wouldn't
have to ship cars back to Japan, but it would have to make some deal with
the local scrapyards and/or foundries.
Dhu
You really LOVE to spike prices for consumers, doncha statist boy?
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