Bring Your Empty Cleanser Bottle And Say `Fill `Er Up'
Packaged-goods makers have long figured that consumers value convenience more than the environment. So sturdy plastic bottles rule store shelves, though it would save landfill space to buy just one bottle, then refill it from containers that consume less material. This is catching on in Canada and Europe, and the U.S. may be next.
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