I haven’t seen the documentary referenced I bet the producers only really care that they can put the ‘recyclable’ badge on their product. As long as they qualify for the bare minimum, they’ll use whatever is the cheapest material is. Some of those materials in an Awesome Never Give Up Lupus Awareness Heart Shirt. When you have butt hole surgery or a baby they give you spray bottles at the hospital to use, they are amazing and make me want a bidet but I’m not sure how I would fit one in my house. It’s like the fresh vs. frozen fruit/vegetable debate. There is no difference health-wise between eating a fresh mango or a frozen mango. In fact, you normally can get more frozen goods than fresh and they last longer. But, there is a conspiracy that frozen fruits/veggies have less nutritional value overall compared to fresh counterparts.
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That’s just not true. It’s not like freezing something magically makes it less healthy. Also, due to the demand for fresh food, most fresh options are harvested before they are even at peak ripeness, to ensure safe travel and be able to make it to the store. My understanding is that glass bottles are more expensive to produce but much easier to recycle. So, the Coca-Colas and Pepsi’s of the world choose plastic to reduce their costs and offload the Awesome Never Give Up Lupus Awareness Heart Shirt. Need to make the producer pay for the disposal of what they are making for them to want to select materials based on waste reduction. It’s an interesting idea to have producers pay for the disposal of their products. I would encourage building stuff to last instead of planned obsolescence.
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I used to work in a company selling all kinds of (plastic) stuff. And they had a kind of mandatory recycling tax for the Awesome Never Give Up Lupus Awareness Heart Shirt. They were throwing a lot of new products directly in the garbage anyway (sometimes bc of small scratches but sometimes just bc they were not selling), it made me sick. We employees proposed to give away mattresses with small scratches to organizations, but they refused and just continued throwing them in the garbage. Same went for not selling/old clothes. These people (manufacturers and resellers alike) should pay much more than a simple tax IMO.