Posted by CRV, a resident of the Canyon Creek neighborhood, on Apr 20, 2010 at 8:04 am
PEOPLE TAKE YOUR PLASTICS TO CRV STATION AT THE LUCKYS SHOPPING CENTER. REMOVE THE PLASTIC CAPS, PUT THE BOTTLE THROUGH THE AUTO COUNTER, GET YOUR FULL CRV BACK, THEN PUT ALL THE CAPS AND OTHER PLASTIC PRODUCTS IN THE CRV STATIONS CANS FOR WEIGHING AND GET PAID BY WEIGHT FOR YOUR CAPS AND OTHER PLASTIC PRODUCTS. BEEN THIS WAY FOR YEARS. STOP BEING A SHEEP AND FOLLOWING WHAT EVERYONE ELSE DOES.
Posted by Lee, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Apr 20, 2010 at 8:38 am
We used to do this with all our plastic bottles, until the lines got so long at the CRV station that it took too long to get to the machines! We could come back numerous times on a Saturday and the lines were still too long! We gave up on that.
Is there another CRV station in town to go to? Anyone know?
Posted by Curious, a resident of the Del Prado neighborhood, on Apr 20, 2010 at 10:00 am
To the Editor- Why are you rinsing out a water bottle? Isn't that a waste of another precious resource, namely water? Why not just replace the cap on the empty bottle and toss it in the recycle bin or better yet, don't purchase bottled water in the first place and use a reusable water bottle. Pleasanton water is very good, but even if you do not like the idea of tap water, you can always put a filter on your tap or use a Brita.
Posted by Anna Chan, The Lemon Lady, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Apr 24, 2010 at 11:05 pm
Please think beyond the water bottle. Plastic caps and lids are on far more products than only water bottles. Think plastic toothpaste, shampoo, salad dressing, mayonnaise, peanut butter, laundry detergent, prescription bottles. I'm sure you get the picture, by now. So...now what?
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