A few weeks previous on Twitter, someone in the wine trade was extolling the virtues of a new, non-glass wine bottle format that uses a plastic liner for the wine. There are many of these now and their novelty is that because they weighs less, they uses less fuel to move and thus are responsible for less carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. In wanting to understand it a bit more, I asked, “But what about the liner? While lighter, it’s not recyclable.” The reply was along the lines that we’re in […]
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