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Do you remember when there was a small refundable deposit on bottles?
Chambers wanted a deposit on bottles and cans to encourage people to return them to the store.
Maine, one of the first states to require deposits on bottles, decided against becoming the only state to do the same with cigarette butts.
That bill led to the statewide legislation requiring five-cent deposits on bottles approved in 1983.
They require a deposit on bottles to be collected when sold and reimbursed when returned.
And despite the hefty prices of the high-scale beer, brewers still have to pay the required nickel deposit on bottles.
Texas does not require deposits on bottles, and the state does not regulate landfill waste.
A1 Deposits on bottles and cans have dramatically reduced the amount of litter in New York.
The question concerns developed systems for deposits on bottles, cans, plastic, glass and metal in Sweden which have worked well and are now working well.
"Deposit on bottles," he mumbled, sliding his pack off and setting the bottles out one by one.
The premise of the law is that market forces -a 5-cent deposit on bottles and cans - will help keep streets and roads cleaner.
(AP) - A federal judge has blocked New York officials from collecting five-cent deposits on bottles of water until next April.
It may also cost the state an estimated $115 million in unclaimed deposits on bottles for water and other beverages that it was to start collecting this year.
It can start by raising the deposit on bottles from a nickel to 50 cents or a dollar so that fewer bottles are simply discarded for convenience.
Beverage companies, although opposed to the spread of bills mandating return deposits on bottles beyond the 10 states that have such laws, are setting up their own retrieval programs.
The landlord at the Pyewipe began charging a penny deposit on bottles and glasses, and the Skipper soon realized that this could be a lucrative sideline.
That incredible statistic is the best argument for expanding the bottle bill to include deposits on bottles of water and other noncarbonated beverages such as tea and fruit drinks.
Rail link between La Guardia and Kennedy is proposed A Connecticut community becomes the caboose capital Whither go the nickle deposits on bottles?
Repeating that this was "not a policy, but a tradition," Mr. Brodsky mused aloud about where the money might come from, starting to say something about nickel deposits on bottles.
Mr. Spitzer is projecting that the state could reap $180 million to $190 million a year from the move, because the state keeps deposits on bottles that are not returned.
Main Propositions District of Columbia: "Bottle bill" proposal would require a 5-cent deposit on bottles, cans and plastic containers for beer, soft drinks, wine coolers and carbonated water.
For those who may not have the time or incentive to redeem the 5-cent deposit on bottles and cans, the consequences of New York State's bottle law may indeed be unintended or unwelcome.
The new bill, House Bill 1036, banned non-returnables and placed a five-cent deposit on bottles and cans containing beer, malt beverage, mineral and soda waters and carbonated soft drinks.
The proposal, which would require a five-cent deposit on bottles, cans and plastic containers for beer, soft drinks, wine coolers and carbonated water, comes after a steady string of defeats for such proposals in other states in recent years.
These included a measure that would make most judges appointed rather than elected officials and a bill that that would allow the state to collect the unclaimed nickel deposits on bottles and cans that are not returned to the store.