• Plastic, metal or glass: What’s the best material for a reusable water bottle?

    Reusable water bottles make staying hydrated easy, cut down on disposable plastic use and, with ever-updating colors, shapes and patterns, offer a way to make a fashion or lifestyle statement. So there’s little wonder that they’re such big business: A May 2019 report from MarketWatch valued the ...
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  • Detroit Police Department receives 2,000 new KN95 masks

    The Detroit Police Department has received 2,000 KN95 respirator masks for officers thanks to a donation from DTE Energy, Mayor Mike Duggan’s office announced Monday. DTE Energy is making the donation, Duggan’s office said. The masks are considered essential for helping to limit the spread of COV...
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  • Lotion Pump Head

    Lotion pump head, model CP23 is a spring outside type cosmetic cream pump which the spring make no touch of the liquid or lotion inside the bottle while dispensing. This cosmetic treatment pump is available with a whole dust cap to prevent the pump head touch dirt while not using the dispenser. I...
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  • Why does sesame oil use glass bottles

    Why does sesame oil use glass bottles We usually store sesame oil in a glass bottle and store it in a cool place.Why sesame oil can not be exposed to the sun?Now ,let’s talk about it. 1. Sesame oil with glass bottles: chemical of the sesame oil is similar to the truth, that is to say the c...
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  • Glass milk bottles make a comeback

    Dairy firms across the UK have seen a surge in demand for milk in glass bottles since the start of 2018. Seventeen out of 20 dairy businesses contacted by BBC News have seen a rise in sales of glass milk bottles to homes and businesses amid concern over plastic waste. Some have seen existing cus...
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  • The best water bottles in 2020

    These are some of the best alternatives to disposable plastic water bottles to keep you hydrated all day long. We all know that disposable plastic water bottles are bad to drink from and bad for the environment. And yet, despite that, many of us still drink plastic bottled water occasionally, if ...
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  • Does Beer Go Bad? Here’s How You Can Tell

    1. It smells like a skunk This should be pretty obvious since skunk isn’t exactly an appetizing scent, but a skunky beer is often not a good beer. This is actually the root of the term “skunked,” which many people use to describe bad beer. Basically a beer gets skunky when it...
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  • A bottle of whisky sold for $1.9 million, smashing auction records

    A bottle of whisky sold for $1.9 million on Thursday, October 24, exploding records — again. The Macallan Fine and Rare 60-Year-Old 1926 became the most expensive bottle of wine or spirit ever auctioned. This is the second time a vintage bottle of this kind has made history at auction. Just...
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  • Switching to Glass: The Best Way to Store Food & Drinks to Avoid Phthalate and BPA Exposure

    Glass technology is about 5,000 years old.(2) Despite its long history, the technology of glass manufacturing has changed very little in the past 50 centuries. Glass is the material of choice for virtually all food and drink uses. This is because glass is inert, which means it does not chemicall...
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  • Carling announces new easy carry glassware to ease on-trade queuing

    BrandOpus continues its partnership with Carling, serving up a “glassware gamechanger” with the launch of its new, iconic, easy-carry pint glasses.   The glasses are designed to help pub goers carry up to four pints from the bar. The BrandOpus structural team were commissioned to develop an...
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  • Amazon withdraws painted children’s drinking tumblers

    Amazon has withdrawn from sale a set of painted Disney character children’s drinking glasses amid safety fears. The paint used contains the toxic metal cadmium which is associated with a risk of damage to kidneys and bones and may lead to cancer, according to the NHS. However, provided safe...
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  • Record Collection of Glass Containers for Recycling hits 76% in the EU

    Latest industry data – published today by the European Container Glass Federation (FEVE) – show that the EU28 average collection for recycling rate for glass packaging grew to the record rate of 76% in 2017 (1). Most of the 30 billion collected containers go back into the batch of one of the 160 ...
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