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mountainman - 9/6/2022, 11:00 AM
Speaking of this, there is a company called Liquid Death that packages their water in aluminum cans. Not only is that better for the environment, but it tastes batter than in plastic too.

Plus their marketing is top notch!

bkmeijer1 - 9/6/2022, 11:10 AM
@mountainman - that was pretty metal. I like it
DrReedRichards - 9/6/2022, 11:46 AM
@mountainman, @bkmeijer -

Damn, I forgot how much I'd missed Mr Pickles...

Drace24 - 9/6/2022, 11:51 AM
@mountainman - But it continues to be water. And its fancy can is still waste. Just drink from the tab. That would actually help.
mountainman - 9/6/2022, 12:02 PM
@Drace24 - Most tap water has additives that I don’t want in my system. I have a Brita filter at home and do my best to take water from home with me where I go. Sometimes to-go water is needed. I really don’t need you preaching to me that you think aluminum isn’t green enough. I guarantee you I waste much less than the average person in my country does.
Drace24 - 9/6/2022, 1:27 PM
@mountainman - Chill out, Captain Planet. Didn't know you'd get sensitive over your carbon footprint. I wasn't trying to preach, just telling you that Liquid Death is still a company that sells you a product you already have literally coming out of your walls at home, but with a fancy brand. It may be that aluminum is better than plastic, but obviously no waste at all is still better. And water is absolutely something you could go zero waste on.
mountainman - 9/6/2022, 1:42 PM
@Drace24 - You should probably pick your battles. I recycle, have solar panels on my house, and do everything I can to minimize waste.

On a post about single use plastic, I shared a brand that is providing a product that is much better for the Earth. Sure no waste is better, but a lot of people do buy water to go and I wanted to highlight that this product is better than the myriad brands that offer water in plastic.

A vast majority of the water that I consume is no waste. When I have to have something portable (maybe I’m going somewhere they only allow sealed containers inside of) then I’ll take aluminum over plastic.
Itwasme - 9/6/2022, 2:16 PM
@mountainman - they are pretty cool people. I cross paths with various people from there often for work stuff.

Funny story, but Mike got the idea from Warped Tour many years ago. The year prior the tour was sponsored by Jones soda and water was impossible to find. The next year Monster was the sponsor and the deal was they had to provide water not just energy drink so they put water in their cans (i worked both years of this tour). Mike was just a fan in the audience, but saw the water in a can and years later it inspired part of the company. The rest ad they say is history.
MyCoolYoung - 9/6/2022, 11:01 AM
I started recycling last year. It's crazy how much plastic we go through
mountainman - 9/6/2022, 11:02 AM
@MyCoolYoung - The sad part is, recycling plastic is not very efficient. Many municipalities end up just throwing it away. Aluminum and glass are the only materials that recycle well. It’s best to just avoid buying anything in single use plastics. It’s tough to do, but should be the goal whenever possible.
bkmeijer1 - 9/6/2022, 11:12 AM
@MyCoolYoung - same with paper product. My general waste bin just doesn't fill that quickly anymore (since I also have to seperate bio/organic stuff too)
StSteven - 9/6/2022, 11:29 AM
@MyCoolYoung - We bought our house 9 years ago and I hadn't really recycled before that, as it was kinda tough if you're living in an apartment (the way the apartment place had it set up anyway). But with 2 big garbage bins at our house, one for just trash and one for recycling, the recycling one fills up twice as fast. That might be due to the fact that it's half full of beer cans, but I'm doing my part God damn it! Saving the environment one beer at a time. F**K Yeah!

Which reminds me: I'm off today (keeping the Labor Day party going) so it's environment saving time! 😉
MyCoolYoung - 9/6/2022, 1:20 PM
@mountainman - noooo... I didn't know that. I'll try my beat
MyCoolYoung - 9/6/2022, 1:21 PM
@bkmeijer1 - they give you two different cans for the bio/organic stuff?
MyCoolYoung - 9/6/2022, 1:22 PM
@StSteven - ay! Man, our recycling fill up so fast, and they only come get it every other week, and when a holiday fall on a Monday rather than come get it the next say, they wait until the next cycle.
bkmeijer1 - 9/6/2022, 2:47 PM
@MyCoolYoung - the bio/organic stuff is one bin (so mostly food waste), and then I also have one for general waste and one for paper. They even color-coded it: green for organic, grey for general, blue for paper.

We don't have to seperate plastics at home, since it turns out recycling factories are so good at seperating the types now we don't have to at home. Most public spaces do have a seperate bin for plastic though.
StSteven - 9/6/2022, 2:55 PM
@MyCoolYoung - Yeah! Same here (with the every other week thing). Sucks. I end up having to either put my recycling overflow in the regular garbage bin (which I hate to do) or having to cart it over to my in-laws' place and use their bin (because they don't really recycle (they're from China and according to my wife recycling is not a big thing over there)). Either way, I definitely end up filling my recycle bin faster than my regular one, especially if I'm being a good boy and paying attention to the little symbols on the bottom of the plastic containers to see what can be recycled and what can't.

I will say this however (FWIW): I didn't grow up in a recycling family (that wasn't really a big deal back in the 80's). But I'm pretty attuned to it now, and I will make sure that my daughters (3 & 6) pick up the habit when they get older. I mean, it's so simple: you have 2 bins side by side. Just put the recycle stuff in the recycle bin and everything else in the other bin. What the waster management folks do with it afterward is out of your hands, but at least you did your part.

That way I don't feel guilty at all when Denis Leary and I are gonna get ourselves a 1967 Cadillac Eldorado convertible, hot pink with whale skin hubcaps and all leather cow interior and big brown baby seal eyes for head lights, and we're gonna drive in that baby at 115 miles per hour gettin' one mile per gallon, sucking down Quarter Pounder cheeseburgers from McDonald's in the old fashioned non-biodegradable styrofoam containers and when we're done sucking down those greaseball burgers we're gonna toss the styrofoam containers right out the side and there ain't a goddamn thing anybody can do about it You know why? Because we've got the bomb, that's why. Two words: nuclear f**king weapons, okay?

Whoa, whoa, whoa, I got a little off-track there. Anyhow, yea go recycling!
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