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  1. Kacey3 says:

    Or do like me and just don’t buy them… soda is pretty evil regardless of its container.

  2. AW says:

    There is exactly 1 way of recycling plastic bottles, and it wasn’t in the video. They showed 8 ways to “reuse” it instead.

    Remember:

    Reduce – if you don’t buy junk, you won’t have to throw it in a landfill

    Reuse – if you do buy junk, try to think of a second purpose for it instead of throwing it in a landfill

    Recycle – if the junk has no way to be reused, let it be made into new junk instead of throwing it in a landfill

    Happy Earth Day.

  3. Beerden says:

    The part where the plastic bottle is used as a shield to target the weedy plant with pesticide spray is very ironic. How is chemical pesticide green?

    I thought this video was supposed to promote saving the planet, not promote ecologically irresponsible behavior.

    As usual, not everyone “gets” what being green is all about.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Or just take it back to the grocery where they will give you 10 cents for it.

    Cheers!

  5. jkiniston says:

    Nice video KipKay.

  6. BigD145 says:

    Plastic bottles can only be recycled once, which isn’t very recyclable at all. Simply don’t buy the damn things. There is are two flotillas in the Pacific with a combined surface area of the entire US and it’s all plastic.

  7. KipKay says:

    @Beerden – What was sprayed was “Safer Soap” which is environmentally friendly and green. While it actually only kills bugs and not weeds, I was being “green” when I shot this.

  8. Some dude says:

    Awwww, come on man, you forgot some of the best uses of a 2-liter bottle:

    1) The classic 2-bottle “tornado display”
    2) A bottle (you can use it over and over ;-P)
    3) A buoy of sorts

    I dunno, the video was alright I guess. The goal was to promote reusing stuff, but still, some of the stuff was, well, less than creative… I mean, “cut the top off and make a funnel” seriously? I dunno, keep up the good work I guess.

  9. Adam says:

    it’s quite sad that there is no recycling of (water ) plastic bottles in US. not for what i’ve seen.

  10. Anonymous says:

    you can also make it into all sorts of bongs

  11. tiffanysewm says:

    i thought those were actually some pretty creative ideas but i still really prefer the idea of using reusable products. i’ve found a site that has nice products and SURPISINGLY great prices. (www.reduceeveryday.com ) Everything they offer is reusable; i got a set of their water bottles and i LOVE them and even better i never have to buy a plastic water bottle!

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