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Taxpayers reap value of Oregon’s bottle and can redemption system | Guest Opinion

Oregon’s deposit and redemption system for bottles and cans, also known as the Bottle Bill, is the most cost-effective system of its kind in the United States. 52 more words

Guest Opinion

Paying More for the Growler Privilege

Lately, I have been getting my local beer fix via growlers filled when I stop in somewhere to have a beer and maybe eat some food.  268 more words

Oregon Bottle Bill expands — again (Part One)

Maybe you have made a New Year’s resolution to eliminate consuming all bottled or canned drinks that are part of Oregon’s bottle bill. In the unlikely event you did, you may still find this article mildly informative. 8 more words

Guest Opinion

Hey Oregon: You’re Now Paying a Ten-Cent Deposit on Orange Juice and Kombucha 

Cannabis drinks, cold brew, Gatorade and hard cider are among other beverages now covered by the Oregon Bottle Bill.

It likely went unnoticed that with the new year came an expanded Oregon Bottle Bill (read: more beverages that now cost ten cents extra). 55 more words

Willamette Week

Column: Oregon’s wasteful bottle bill gets supersized

Salem’s love affair with the outdated program continues

The new year will bring yet another expansion of Oregon’s bottle bill, a largely redundant state program that should have expired years ago. 38 more words

Opinion

Column: Oregon’s wasteful bottle bill gets supersized

Salem’s love affair with the outdated program continues.

The new year will bring yet another expansion of Oregon’s bottle bill, a largely redundant state program that should have expired years ago. 47 more words

Opinion

Oregon's 'Bottle Bill' more important than ever: Guest opinion

Most Oregonians are familiar with Oregon’s first-in-the-nation bottle deposit and return program, sometimes called the “Bottle Bill.” Since the deposit increased to a dime in April, returns have skyrocketed, and more containers than ever are being redeemed and recycled. 41 more words

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