Why Should People Favour Packaging In Glass Bottles To Plastic Bottles?
because glass seems more delicate no matter plastic packaging is good because "First impression is last impression"
Glass is a more "natural" substance and is not toxic even if it lays around forever. It will not be mistaken for food by various sea critters, as plastic often is. Since glass is essentially fused sand, it will sink to the bottom of lakes and seas, just like rocks and sand.
Furthermore, plastic often leaches its chemicals into food and drink. Plastic water bottles are particularly dangerous.
Cause the product just tastes better!
Do yourself a favor...buy a Coke in a glass bottle and a plastic bottle, get both of them ice cold and drink...you will INSTANTLY taste the difference! The one in plastic always has a nasty aftertaste. The one in glass will not...and is more refreshing.
by Loi-Renee 6 years ago
Is it safer for babies to drink from plastic bottles or glass bottles?
by elielarrey 14 months ago
"Every 5 minutes in the U.S. over 2 million plastic bottles are used,Gone Un-recycled, these plastic wastes will take up to 1000 years to properly START decomposing. What about the adverse effects it has on our ecology?"Those heart punching details were summarized to me by a mentor...
by NCBIer 7 years ago
... and not go hungry
by Shil1978 4 years ago
Why is bottled water bad for the environment?
by Rambler1 6 years ago
I have often wondered this since recycling is so reported in the world as being important. Since visiting the local recycling drop off it seems few people actually recycle.
by Education Answer 5 years ago
New York tried to ban sodas larger than 16 ounces. Will the federal government try to ban medication bottles that hold more than 25 pills? "We need to make it harder to buy pills in bottles of 50 or 100 that can be easily dumped out and swallowed. We should not be selling big...
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