bottle bank


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bottle bank

n
a large container into which the public may throw glass bottles for recycling
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Noun1.bottle bank - a place where bottles can be deposited for recycling
recycling bin - a bin for depositing things to be recycled
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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As a footnote, which bottle bank does the council use or do they get their bottles collected unlike the rest of us.
ENGINEERS from Northern Gas Networks (NGN) are carrying out emergency gas repair work on Bottle Bank in Gateshead.
HAVING a surplus of empty wine bottles after Christmas, I went to the Binks Street car park recycling centre only to find that someone had put a duvet in the bottle bank and I couldn't get my bottles in.
London, Aug 2 (ANI): British footballer Wayne Rooney's night out with his wife Coleen and some friends is said to have ended with the footie ace emerging from a bar chanting footie songs and urinating down a wall near a bottle bank.
Barry College's reverse recycling bottle bank - the first in a Welsh college - works by offering vouchers to buy food and drink in the college refectory.
and a bottle bank with the message "Do you come here often?
Soon, both women are ecoenthusiasts, tying bricks to ballcocks, running cars on chip fat and even emailing Al Gore to update him on the state of the local bottle bank.
Time to bring the empties to the bottle bank, pat our expanding bellies, and worry just what all that Christmas turkey and booze has done to our bodies.
The country's first bottle bank is celebrating its 30th birthday yesterday.
CRUEL yobs rammed a live chicken into a bottle bank, tearing off its tail - and left it terrified and starving for TWO DAYS.
It's up the paper bank, bottle bank or clothes bank all the time.
James Nesbitt makes a quick deposit at his local bottle bank.