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Vonnie K lauds CAUD for using pitchers to dispense water

Vonnie Kolbenschlag writes:
How wonderful to see pitchers of water instead of bottles. Plastic bottles are filling landfills and choking waterways. Aquatic life is harmed by pieces of plastic. Although plastic bottles can be reused or recycled, most are used only once and trashed.

If plastic bottles are recycled, it is a help to recycling centers if the cap on the bottle is removed. The cap is a different plastic. Bottles can be easily smashed into bundles when lids are removed. Clear plastic glasses marked with a recycling "1" can be recycled.

Water is a precious necessary resource. Thanks for your effort made to supply us with ample safe drinking/cleaning water. - Vonnie Kolbenschlag
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