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April 07, 2010

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I've used the animal pictures on the back of your orange juice carton as part of my filing system (better than numbers, "can you pass me the penguin file?". That's recycling. If you put more things like that on your packaging then maybe we can make more use of it before sending it to the council.

Now that is a smashing idea, one which I suspect designer Ben will happily consider. Thank you.

I like Charlotte's idea of having pictures or things on the backs of cartons that we can cut out and use for other purposes.

(Four is my lucky number!)

Ahhh, that would be re-use. As in limiting waste by reducing, reusing and recycling. That's only 3 though...

It's not 4, it's 3.

So there might be 4 seasons.

But there's technically 3 meals to the day (treats don't count)

and there's 3 leaves on a shamrock

and there's the three R's

Reduce
Reuse
Recycle

SO make it 3!

(and by the way, there's 5 elements.)

Having been extremely skeptical and a total know-it-all (though I actually don't know anything much) I feel satisfied.

Thank you for listening.

Have a nice next THREE seconds.

Thank you for making treats a meal, now I don't have to feel so guilty about them.

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