Yes on 2! The Coalition to Update the Bottle Bill Needs Volunteers!

We need to stop litter and keep Massachusetts clean by spreading the word about the Yes on Question 2 campaign.

The Bottle Bill is the most effective recycling tool we have. Eighty percent of bottles covered by the Bottle Bill’s 5-cent deposit are recycled. Yes on Question 2 would add a bottle deposit to water, sports drinks, tea, juices, and other drinks that were not included in the original bill because they were not popular when the law was passed in 1982.

We need your vote on November 4 to update the Bottle Bill.

And we need your time. Our campaign runs on the generous support of our amazing volunteers.

Can you give us a few hours on one night before the Nov 4th election? Knocking on doors, making phone calls, or even holding signs in your neighborhood, everything you can do makes a difference.

Contact us here! The Yes on 2 Coalition welcomes you!

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How does making recycling

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How does making recycling less convenient reduce litter and increase recycling?

Vote "NO". Then get more recycling containers in public places and incentivize curbside recycling. Bottle redemption is outdated.

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They don't pick themselves up

They are less likely to be picked up if there isn't a bounty on their head.

More recycling bins in public places won't make any difference in parts of the state where people don't walk around much.

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But..but

..nothing is or important than beverage industry and retail convenience..nothing!!

And whatever will lazy bastards do if they have to return something to a place they visit regularly anyway?

Why introduce a small money incentive when you can just spin extremely glib bullshit about 'more recycling containers' in areas that are very well covered with same?

Sophistry, thy name is expedience.

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Less convenient?

How does the bottle bill make recycling less convenient? If you want to, you can go ahead and put your bottles in the recycling. No one will do anything to impede you.

Throwaway containers are outdated.

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