- Coca-Cola Said to Be Easing Its Opposition Toward Bottle Bills. Gerlat, Allan // Waste Age Expert Blog;9/14/2011, p1
The article reports that Coca-Cola Co. is still opposed to forced container deposit legislation and would rather support recycling initiatives.
- Calif. county joins protest against Coke. // Waste News;04/05/99, Vol. 4 Issue 47, p6
Reports on the call by Alameda County, California for Coca-Cola Co. to use recycled material in polyethylene terephthalate soda bottles.
- Coke trashes recycling scheme. Fletcher, Jay // Green Left Weekly;3/13/2013, Issue 957, p5
The article informs that the 10 cents deposit recycling scheme of Darwin, Northern Territory (NT)-based Coca-Cola Co. has been rejected by the government of NT on the basis that the scheme is costly and ineffective and so it added 10 cents to the retail price of beverages.
- La creatividad reciclada de Coca-Cola. // MK - Marketing mÃ¡s Ventas;sep/oct2014, Vol. 28 Issue 296, p7
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- Law & Order: Special Recycling Unit. de Thomas, Dylan // Resource Recycling;Nov2014, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p4
An introduction in which the editor discusses an article about the Coca-Cola Recycling initiative of beverage corporation Coca-Cola Co.
- Coke Endorses Recyclable Displays. // Official Board Markets;4/9/2011, Vol. 87 Issue 15, p1
The article reports on the sustainability efforts of the Coca-Cola Co. by launching a Give It Back program to endorse recyclable in-store merchandise racks which is expected to be widely available in late 2011.
- Coca-Cola Recycled 10.5 Million Bottles During Summer Olympics. // Solid Waste Report;10/12/2012, Vol. 43 Issue 17, p5
The article reports that Coca-Cola Co. recycled 10.5 million bottles collected during the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics within six weeks of disposal saving 341 tons of carbon, a milestone made possible because of Coca-Cola Enterprises' 24 million U.S. dollars Continuum Recycling joint...
- Tesco & Coke offer rewards for recycling. // Grocer;6/8/2013, p6
The article reports that beverage company Coca-Cola and supermarket chain Tesco have joined forces to introduce a major campaign to improve household recycling by targeting Clubcard holders with money-off vouchers and points offers.
- Coke to use 10% recycled content. Toloken, Steve // Waste News;04/17/2000, Vol. 5 Issue 48, p3
Reports on Coca-Cola Co.'s plan to use ten percent recycled content in several billion of its polyethylene terephthalate bottles in 2000. Company's intention to use a direct blend process to make the bottles; Reaction of environmentalists to the company's plan.