Return of the milkman? Pushing packaging out of the U.S. delivery process

By Sebastien Malo

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What goes around comes around. Nice to see. Now, how do we get rid of that 'Sargasso Sea' of plastics floating in the mid-Pacific? Attempts have failed. Sea creatures (many of which we eat) are absorbing the stuff. The can't do that with reuseables.

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When I was a boy milk was delivered in a horse and cart. The milk was in one pint bottles--returnable of course! Lucky was the house holder outside whose house the horse left a heap of manure---a bonus for the vegetable garden! Nothing much wasted in those days!

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