Ever since detergents went concentrated a few years ago, manufacturers have been looking for ways to make packaging even more eco-friendly and efficient. Earlier this year, Seventh Generation introduced a recyclable, compostable detergent bottle made from old cardboard and newspapers. Not to be outdone, competitor Method developed a bottle from recycled plastic, 25% of which comes from the North Pacific Gyre, a Texas-sized garbage patch located in the Pacific Ocean.
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