The seven glass samples from the House of Charidemos show a composition quite typical of the late Antiquity soda-lime-silica glass, six of which likely included decolored recycled glass.
The company’s unique approach to packaging is the cornerstone behind its mission to reduce consumers’ monthly plastic waste
The deposit program needs to be further expanded to include all recyclable product containers, and the deposit will only be effective if in-store collection is administered properly.
Following a shortage of deposit stations for recyclables, the Asofta corporation is partnering with Shufersal to make bottle recycling more accessible.
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Plastic packaging is a growing worldwide problem, with plastic pollution weighing on the environment and the sea and harming the health of mankind and animals.
Bottles between a liter and a half and five liters will now be included in the Deposit Law.
Movers and shakers in Israeli society
The Ministry of Economy launched an initiative that will assist hi-tech Israeli waste-reduction and recycling companies by connecting them to growing international demand for green technologies.
According to the survey, 76% of respondents said they would recycle if there were more recycling facilities in their city. However, only 26% said that actually do so themselves.