Why do manufacturers still use molded plastic pkgs?
Original post made by Lisa on Feb 20, 2007
on Feb 20, 2007 at 11:27 pm
Talk about annoying, what about "organic" egg packaging in hard clear non-recyclable packaging? At least that stuff is not recyclable in the town I've moved to. I've also emailed companies to complain, and generally not even gotten the courtesy of a reply.
Well, there's a response to this - don't buy stuff in this packaging, and let the company know why you aren't buying it.
Meanwhile, buying stuff online - why do companies still pack things using horrible non-recyclable stuff like inflated plastic bags or styrofoam peanuts instead of crumped newspapers or kraft paper. Another thing to complain about to the companies and not buy from them again. Although on ebay I ask the seller to use newspaper, etc.
on Feb 21, 2007 at 11:55 am
Ever wonder what it takes to get an egg from the hen to your kitchen intact without any cracks or let alone breaks.
A LOT more than just packaging. Ever wonder it might be better to move to rural environments.
on Feb 21, 2007 at 1:10 pm
And of course there is the shoplifting problem that necessitates those impenetrable bubble packaging.