When did soda come in plastic bottles?

Answer Nat Wyeth, a mechanical engineer, invented the plastic soda bottle in 1967. Wyeth was working at DuPont when he devised the virtually unbreakable bottle. He received a patent for his invention in 1... Read More »

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Who invented plastic soda bottles?

The plastic soda bottle was invented by Nathaniel Wyeth in 1967. After Wyeth was told that plastic bottles could not be used because the bottle would explode in the refrigerator, he experimented an... Read More »

How Can I Reuse Large Plastic Soda 2-Liter Bottles?

Two-liter soda bottles are the most common plastic bottles that hold soda. They have become standardized across the industry, and they all look virtually the same. The plastic bottles are resistant... Read More »

When was clorox put in plastic bottles?

In 1960 the Clorox Company began packaging their popular bleach in plastic bottles, replacing the original glass containers. The change occurred "because plastic is safer, lighter, easier to handle... Read More »

Are chemicals added when recycling plastic bottles?

Yes, chemical additives are used when recycling PET and PVC plastic bottles. For consumers, most plastic bottles in use today are recyclable. There is a plastic numbering system in place on the bot... Read More »