Can you recycle old water bottles?

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    Jaxon 2017-06-21

    ya why not.... you fill water of your home that will be safe to drink..a couple times. but youre not supposed to re use water bottles because something on the inside walls of the bottle will start running into the water or something. i just remember hearing something about this but i dont remember exactly the reason why youre not supposed to re use them. but you can reuse each bottle a couple of times. just make sure you rinse it out good before each use.. and only reuse each one like once or twice.

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    Sophia 2017-05-01

    Yeah, it's an excellent idea and you don't have to throw away your plastic bottles.Try to do a search on Google, maybe that will work out

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    Olivia 2017-07-05

    Why not buy a Brita filter for your faucet and buy a reusable water bottle and skip paying through the nose for bottled water? No impact on the environment then and most all bottled water is from your tap anyway, simply filtered and you buy it for big bucks.yeh a good way to save bottles so go ahead

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    Jayden 2017-05-17

    The reason you are not supposed to reuse those bottles is because when the bottles that are marked with the recycle symbol (the three arrows forming a triangle usually found on the bottom) contain the numbers 1 through 7 in the center of the triangle, they can release harmful toxins if they are exposed to warmer temperatures. The toxin is much like estrogen and can cause problems in males and females of any age. Those with the numbers 8 or higher are considered safe, but are usually much harder plastics than the lower numbers.

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    Scarlett 2017-07-08

    You can reuse those bottles as many times as you want. The manufacturer doesn't want you to use it over again. Each time you use that bottle over again is one less bottle of water he makes money off of.Its safe to reuse, I think what the bottling company is implying that they can't refill and seal the bottle for another customer. It must be recycled and melted down.

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    Elizabeth 2017-07-16

    Yes, just make sure you're rinsing it and don't use for more than a week. It does NOT give you cancer. Lol.

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    Aubrey 2017-05-29

    You can use it for forever, just make sure to clean it every week or so if you use it with water, after every use with juice or anything like that.Maybe a week or 2. Then you should probably throw it out because the plastic erodes down to nothing really quick.

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    Harper 2017-05-17

    Use it forever...just give it a wash now and then. the triangle if you look closely is actually made from three arrows...meaning to reuse over and over.

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    Benjamin 2017-06-22

    Most companies manufacture the bottle differently so its impossible to truly know... How about when the bottle becomes a bit weaker that you consider replacing it?if you are using a clear water bottle you may consider replacing it when it starts to get cloudy even after cleaning.

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    Gabriel 2017-06-18

    errrmmmm...water?tottled bap water :)

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    James 2017-06-23

    bottled tap water...I would call it either, but bottled water could lead to confusion..

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    Gabriel 2017-07-05

    New York, Connecticut and Maine.Recycling centers, possibly your local supermarkets.

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    Aria 2017-06-09

    Bacteria. Not likely but if you get the hstsi you can't sue them.

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