beer can

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Noun1.beer can - a can that holds beerbeer can - a can that holds beer    
can, tin can, tin - airtight sealed metal container for food or drink or paint etc.
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beer can

nlattina di birra
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M2 EQUITYBITES-September 11, 2017-Crown Holdings Inc to build new aluminum beverage can plant in Spain in multiple sizes
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Nashville-based Evermore will continue to work with used beverage can suppliers throughout North America and elsewhere, the release said.
This issue of Thirst Choicewill tall a look at beverage can news and highlights from the past year,fro 'on the go' recycling campaigns: Such as Every Can Counts, to insightful research into consume behaviour and attitudes to packaging by GfK.
International Resource News-February 24, 2012--Crown Holdings Inc to build new beverage can plant in Danang(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
The total number of aluminium beverage cans consumed in wider Europe rose from 32 billion in 2007 to nearly 34 billion units in 2008, resulting in an overall aluminium share of more than 70% on the total European beverage can market.
Midlands-based TM Logistics, a subsidiary of Taylors of Martley, in Worcestershire, has built a sophisticated nationwide operation for Rex-am's UK beverage can business and their thirty-year relationship has been sealed with a contract extension to December 2008.
5 billion aluminum cans in 2004 for a beverage can recycling rate of 51.