To reduce plastic waste, Connecticut should expand its bottle bill to include beverage containers for sports drinks, juices, teas and mineral waters, writes Nancy Alderman, president of Environment and Human Health. A good example of how to do this is legislation passed four years ago in Maine that updated its bottle deposit program and included a five-cent redemption fee for both carbonated and noncarbonated beverages.
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