Coca-Cola admits for the first time that it produces 3m tonnes of plastic a year

Coca-Cola has admitted for the first time that it produces 3m tonnes of plastic every year – the equivalent of 200,000 bottles every minute. The data was revealed to campaigner Ellen MacArthur who has brought together the annual plastic packaging use of 31 major companies including Mars, Nestlé and Unilever. In a report, published today, her foundation calls on governments and companies to end their secrecy and publicly disclose their annual plastic packaging volumes. The Coca-Cola Company has revealed that it produces 3m tonnes of plastic packaging per year – the equivalent of 108bn bottles And as one of the companies to do so, The Coca-Cola Company has revealed that – with its production of 3m tonnes of plastic packaging per year – it produces the equivalent of 108bn bottles a year. That’s when its annual packaging footprint is translated into 500ml PET plastic bottles, with the company unwilling to reveal the scale of its plastic bottle production.   Among the other companies to disclose their annual plastic packaging production are Unilever, which produces 610,000 tonnes per year, and Nestlé which produces 1.7m tonnes.     Despite the honesty of...

An important consideration for anyone cutting the cord is having a stable connection to the internet

An important consideration for anyone cutting the cord is having a stable connection to the internet on all your TVs and devices. People tend to utilize WiFi for most of their devices so making sure a home network has good Wifi coverage is crucial. Unfortunately, WiFi is subject to interference and can make it difficult to have good WiFi coverage This article will explain how to set up WiFi access points on each floor and have a stable connection between them and your main router using Ethernet. I’ll go into detail on router placement, the basic configuration of devices, how to connect them via Ethernet, and even how to run an Ethernet connection between floors through the walls in your home. Unfortunately, many Internet providers bring the signal into the lowest point of your home. That means it’s on the first floor or worse, the basement. As we’ve said before, you want to place a strong signaled WiFi access point higher in the home because WiFi Signals propagate out and down. Internet access entering through the basement can cause many headaches when it comes to your network. If your Internet access is from a cable TV provider, you don’t want many splitters degrading the sign...