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Coca-Cola’s Prototype Plant-Based Bottle Applies Available Technologies

October 22, 2021: 12:00 AM EST
The company’s next generation prototype bottle is its first made from 100 percent plant-based plastic (bPET), excluding cap and label, and is produced using technologies that are now ready to be commercially scaled across the industry. The development of the prototype is a facet of its work toward the reduction of virgin oil-based plastics in its bottles, alongside investments to increase availability of high-quality recycled content.  Approximately 900 of the prototype bottles were produced. The bottle is recyclable and can be recycled bottle-to-bottle within existing recycling infrastructures, alongside PET from oil-based sources. The company is committed to becoming net zero carbon by 2050.
"Coca-Cola Unveils New Prototype Bottle Made From 100 Percent Plant-Based Sources", Atlanta – Webwire , October 22, 2021, © WebWire
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