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Dettol Clean & Fresh Multipurpose Spray Refill Lemon & Lime/ POMEGRANATE & LIME 1.2L for £2 @ ASDA
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Dettol Clean & Fresh Multipurpose Spray Refill Lemon & Lime/ POMEGRANATE & LIME 1.2L for £2 @ ASDA

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Was it really a wise decision to put cleaning fluid in the same style of packaging as kids yoghurt / smoothie pouches. I mean it probably isnt going to be an issue but what an odd choice.
Sympha21/09/2019 09:02

Was it really a wise decision to put cleaning fluid in the same style of …Was it really a wise decision to put cleaning fluid in the same style of packaging as kids yoghurt / smoothie pouches. I mean it probably isnt going to be an issue but what an odd choice.


Ask environment friendly people / protesters, they will happily accept this packaging, as it reduces plastic bottles waste... 330ml × 4 bottles = roughly 1.3L odd... That means you saved atleast 3 bottles of plastic in circulation .

2) it reduces manufacturing cost, bulk selling, that means cheaper prices for customers.

Win - win from both the sides...
singhisking6821/09/2019 09:11

Ask environment friendly people / protesters, they will happily accept …Ask environment friendly people / protesters, they will happily accept this packaging, as it reduces plastic bottles waste... 330ml × 4 bottles = roughly 1.3L odd... That means you saved atleast 3 bottles of plastic in circulation .2) it reduces manufacturing cost, bulk selling, that means cheaper prices for customers.Win - win from both the sides...



But plastic bottles can be recycled so how is it contributing to pastic waste by having them in bottles? And if plastic bottles cant be recycled then why do i have to put them in the recycling bin.
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