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    Quote Originally Posted by Usagi View Post
    But you never know what is kept in the glass bottles that are returned for reuse. Or what was kept on the PET bottles when they were still returned for reuse instead of crushing.
    Someone could return a bottles used for storing gasoline, rat poison or some other toxic stuff..
    That is the reason given here when they switched from reusable plastic milk bottles to selling Milk in bags. The bags are made from Virgin plastic and where they are recycled they are used for "other products'.

    Beer bottles are washed in a railcar sized machine called a "soaker" and at that the brewery has both machines and workers looking for cigarette buts and rodents in the fill line. I remember geting atour where the supervisor was showing a photocell that caught something in a bottle, he put the rejected bottle back on teh line and it WENT THROUGH!, he grabbed it and ran it two or three times before the photocell kicked it out for rewashing.
    Charles MacDonald
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    I still live just beyond the fringe in Stittsville

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    I have heard of reused coke bottles with a cigar or a rodent in them. IDK how a rodent got into a bottle through the narrow opening, but the person who found it told me it was in a few pieces. Both instances were outside of the US.

    PE

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    Ron, in Canada this is a cottage industry.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsgVspgy184

    Few people know that Bob and Doug made the emulsion for the last Azo run for Kodak Canada.

    Cheers,
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    Clarence;

    That ruined my lunches, all the way to the end of October. Kapish? Hahahaha.

    Ron

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    Capito! eh.

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    I just had lunch and I feel fine. See you soon Clarence!

    PE

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