Coke builds better bottles to sidestep withering criticism

Bottled water companies have been cast as villains by environmental groups, which blast the corporations for heaping plastic bottle waste into landfills and the oceans. What's all the more galling from the environmentalist perspective is that bottled water represents nothing more than conspicuous co...

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