This may not be the best solution, but I always found when I'm in need of cans, I go up and down the street with a trashbag and collect other's (your neighbor's) recycling.
This is a good way but i just collect my own cans. It is less work and not as nasty. :)
An individual can collect their soda cans and take them to a recycling stand, usually outside of a supermarket. This is a good way to earn money and help the environment.
No. Cans of diet soda will float higher than regular soda.
You can get it from soda cans, juice cans, and energy drinks..anything the deals with CANS!
Soda companies started putting expiration dates on soda cans in 1983 Soda companies started putting expiration dates on soda cans in 1983
About 31 soda cans.
Collect as many soda cans as you want, then take them down to recycling center. The more cans you have the better. Most recycling centers pay 5 cents per can and pay you by how much all your cans weigh in total. Remember to check what time the recycling center opens, when it closes, and when the best time to come is.
I think... Im pretty sure that it is about 6 cans of soda.
32 soda cans
Normally cans(soup cans, soda cans, etc.) are made of aluminum.
The average person drinks 2,500,000 cans of soda in a lifetime
Soda cans explode because of the gases inside the can, so when shaken the can explodes.
Soda cans are made of aluminum, although some are made of steel that is plated with tin. Other cans are made from alloys.
How many soda cans make a pound depends on if they are full or empty. It only takes about 3 soda cans to make a pound if they are full. If they are empty, it will take about 45.
Soda is cold and comes in cans.
soda cans are pressed out of :aluminiumsteelor blown like a bottle:Polyethylene terephthalate (PET)
0.0331 pounds per soda can, so about 30.2 cans.
No. Cans are conductors.
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Most modern soda cans don't rust -- they're made of aluminum; Rust is Iron Oxide.
Yes, the mini 7.5 oz soda cans are returnable in NY.