Trouvé sur la plage (version plastiques)

Found on the beach (version plastics)

Plages propres!
Clean beaches!
Take your rubbish home with you or find the nearest bin.
A «norme» (convention/agreement) agreed by the majority in our culture and many (most?) others as best for us/best for the earth, sea life = OUR lives = a circle of life.

Q: are companies (such as Coca Cola) made to pay for recycling their plastics and rubbish they produce? If so actually it’s consumers, their clients, who pay then.
If not (most likely?) then it’s ALL of us who pay, we share the costs as others share costs of OUR lifestyle/choices. Fair’s fair… ?

But if/when these plastics end up in the sea/in places where they cause major harm then WHO pays for the clean-up? Prevention = far easier. Obviously.

Old coke bottles were glass and the logo was in the glass, bottles re-used. Is plastic/destruction/recycling (and all the costs) actually a step forward or a retrograde step? Is fear of germs/cracked glass involved?

Bottling plants too far away =mega pollution? But delivery trucks leave supermarkets empty (I think?) or are they fully used = cargoes for return journey, multi pick-ups/deliveries? If not why not?

Or lots of small bottling plants, local. Local fizzy pop, syrup to add to fizzy water?

Tee hee: those tablets could buy in USA in 1969, plop into water, made: strawberry fizzy, root beer flavor +++… they came on a card, pop them out. We loved them as kids and even sucked bits (whole WAY too much) of the tablets as a mega-fizzy sweet.

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