Nestle and Tetra Pak unveil recycling vending machines in Malaysian schools | Packaging News | Manufacture | Jobs | Design | Materials | EquipmentPosted on June 3, 2012 by DrRossH in Plastic Waste News
Nestle and Tetra Pak unveil recycling vending machines in Malaysian schools | Packaging News | Manufacture | Jobs | Design | Materials | Equipment.
All the students will be given a swipe card to use in the vending machines and they can earn points for each beverage can they will recycle and in turn will get sponsored gifts with the accumulated points by both the companies.
Tetra Pak communications and environment director Terrynz Tan told the website that this initiative provides another opportunity for the company to build awareness on the lifecycle of a beverage carton.
Ashish says:Post Author June 23, 2012 at 3:45 am
I recycle all of my nerppasews by giving them to local thrift stores such as Savers and Goodwill. They use the newspaper to wrap glassware, dishes, knickknacks, and other fragile items. I even give them the wrappings from paper reams (computer paper) from our office. The thrift stores are so appreciative of receiving the paper. Another use for the newspaper use multiple layers of newspaper in the garden under mulch to keep the weeds down.
Sondi says:Post Author September 3, 2012 at 8:43 pm
At last, somonee comes up with the “right” answer!