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Suntory joins rival Coca Cola to push Vietnam on plastic recycling

By Ritsuko Ando

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Yes now that the G20 is coming to town cobble this together.

Far too late with this, should have been done years ago.

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So, these mega companies are just bullying a third world country to recycle the plastic waste created by the products these companies sell to Vietnam. These companies should be held responsible as well and should also be coughing up money and technologies to help Vietnam rid its country of the plastics they created.

If you give a kid a lighter and he burns himself, is it your fault or the kid’s?

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Laughable, the biggest producers and users of plastics blaming a developing country for plastic waste problem. If it wasn't so tragic to future generations it would be laughable

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The company sees no viable alternative yet to polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles.

What is the problem with glass and container deposit system ? Should be less costly and better for environment.

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Japan the king of plastic waste needs to find someone else to lecture. Start with your own glass house.

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