Laws Restricting the Ability to Recycle Food and Drink Containers, Content Created From Recycled Materials, Plastic Cup Use During U.S. Flights, Annual Plastic Bottle Consumption in the U.S., the Concentration of Trash Within the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, and Trash vs. Plankton Ratio of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Once a food or drink container has been filled with food or drink and been consumed by somebody, most countries state that legally that material can never again be recycled into another food or drink container because of possible contamination, with many impoverished countries forgoing this rule and actually cleaning and reusing bottles over and over as production of new bottles is too costly (eg. Mexico washing and refilling Corona beer bottles). Food and drink containers which are recycled are...

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