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Discussion in 'VZone' started by Vzone_yolanda, Aug 23, 2018.
I would of thought the metal would be of more value than the polycarbonate though.
There was a guy called stig living along the street from me when I was a nipper.
But back to the point, whether the material itself is recycleable is a moot point. The council where I live don’t recycle it. And other people have said their councils don’t recycle anything that has contained nicotine.
I just know my council are really arsey about 'mixed materials' ... Ideally they want everything separate and I'm convinced they would just bin them if it wasn't.
Can be. Know areas vary by council.
For example, In Greenwich it's not so 'totalitarian' yet in Lewisham right next door you have to separate everything
and put food waste in those odd little containers. I suppose it depends on the contractor.
So much hate for a wee plastic tank thingy....do your bit for the planet and don't buy it.
It's not for me in this current power hungry form, so at the minute Im out, I do my bit re recycling, but accept there are limitations outwith my control.
All getting a bit...
every time I see your avatar picture I think of this....
It's not about it being plastic, it's about it being stupid. ..... "non-replaceable coil tank" ... great idea Vzone, well done.
I suppose it's just a business model, much like pods, aimed at segment of the market
Edit: murder polis ...phone the council