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Coke and Pepsi are responsible for a dramatic increase in packaging waste over the last ten years, which is hurting taxpayers and the environment, according to a new campaign by environmentalists in the US. The two groups The Container recycling Institute and the Grassroots Recycling Network have taken out an advertisement in the New York Times today accusing the two drinks giants of "trashing America".


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