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What is PET

07/17/05 | by JAdP | Categories: General Thoughts, HonorTagPersonal, Science

Just to help out a fellow Coastsider, wiki(Polyethylene_terephthalate,PET) is PolyEthyleneTerephthalate. Steve, follow the link to wikipedia, and then keep following links until you finally get to an hint of an answer to the question you raised in "Recycling". &#59;)

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Steve Portigal

Right. I know what PET is. And Wikipedia sez

PET plastics are coded with the number 1 which is found inside the universal recycling symbol, usually located on the bottom of the container.end quotation

Since L’Oreal is using a non-standard icon to indicate something about their packaging, how are consumers supposed to know what to do with it? Why aren’t they prepared to address or resolve this? Who knows what happens down the chain in the recycling process? Maybe some material handler will reject it for the non-standard icon? As consumers, we have no idea, and there’s no reason for a manufacturer to be so darn lame about it!

07/17/05 @ 12:21
Steve Portigal

BTW the original blog posting is here

07/17/05 @ 12:22
Comment from: JAdP

Yes, odd. And when I made the post, the tracback received an acknowledgement from Steve’s blog.

We’ll have to get together at A Coatal Affair, I mean Café Luca and chat about it.

And we really have to figure out what in our CSS is causing the first comment to have white space to the bottom of the left and right columns. |-|

07/17/05 @ 16:06
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