Wrapping it right: those lighter bottles
26 May 2008 by Julia Harding MW
  Can these 10 green bottles be effectively recycled? Might they evolve into 10 clear, coated bottles over the next few years? These and other questions were addressed at a special conference on bottles at last week's London International Wine Trade Fair. Packaging has certainly moved much higher up the agenda of the international wine trade, as witness this recent article in The Age in Australia. Your response to our Name and shame heavy bottles campaign has been encouraging, so I thought you might be interested in some more examples of this trend to lighter bottles in an attempt to cut carbon...

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