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Coke, MIT Machines Reward Consumers for Recycling

Coca-Cola, Kroger and MIT are all rolling out bottle recycling machines that reward consumers for their deposits. Wholly owned Coke subsidiary Coca-Cola Recycling has started up its fourth Reimagine Beverage Container recycling center at a Kroger supermarket in Irving, Texas, Plastics News reports. The company said that its first three sites, also at Krogers in [...]
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