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Posted 4 years ago on July 7, 2013, 4:11 a.m. EST by khadijaganesan (0)
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I-Team: Illegal Bottle Redemptions Costing State Millions

ATTLEBORO (CBS)- It was a memorable episode of “Seinfeld”. Kramer and Newman filled a truck with bottles and cans in New York and went on a road trip to Michigan. They were dreaming of getting rich by redeeming those beverage containers for 10 cents apiece when they had only paid five cents a piece in New York. The problem is that fiction has become reality in Massachusetts. Honest taxpayers are losing millions of dollars each year in these types of fraudulent returns. The I-Team found there is little stopping out of state residents from scamming the system. In fact our cameras captured video of trucks with Rhode Island plates filled to the brim with empties. We watched as vehicle after vehicle like this came into a redemption center in Attleboro to make redemptions. We saw one man wheeling in heavy barrels while wearing protective gloves. While Massachusetts has a five-cent deposit for soda and beer containers, neither Rhode Island nor New Hampshire has a bottle bill. READ FULL ARTICLE AT BOSTON.CBSLOCAL.COM http://boston.cbslocal.com/2013/07/04/i-team-illegal-bottle-redemptions-costing-state-millions/ RELATED TOPICS: http://www.slideshare.net/marionyusef/zimbio-crown-capital-eco-management-indonesia-fraud-fraudsters-attack-even-natural-disasters-victims http://www.slideshare.net/elberichachim/jakarta-crown-capital-eco-management-environmental-scam-prevention-watch



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[-] 2 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 4 years ago

oh no

more recycling is happening

[-] 1 points by JPB950 (2254) 4 years ago

Not at all a surprise, Mass residents on the border with a non-deposit state have been buying their soda deposit free out of state and returning in Mass. for years.

The original intent of the environmentalists was to force the industry to employ reusable containers. It placed the burden on the bottlers to use glass and set up plants to clean and reuse it. Instead the bottlers are permitted to use whatever container they wish and the public pays for recycling.

[-] 0 points by axeljuddah (1) 4 years ago

Sounds absurd! You are clearly misinformed. You should have checked or research first before doing this blog. It seems to me that you are incapable of or inappropriate to do this job. You do not know anything about the topic.