RE: CVR Diary 5 Predicting the Most EPIC Haul EVER for me.

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Cans are at .58usd a pound nationally, does california subsidize them, or something?



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Great question.
I don't have an answer, but you may have answered a question of mine.
My question: why is it so easy for them to round up the change? Those pennies would amount to a lot after a year. Maybe subsidized is the reason for that lazy rounding I enjoy. (Maybe because there might have been a flirt vibe or curious vibe with the cashier gal... maybe... not sure... maybe... )

Anyway, not sure if it's subsidized. Some say Orange County doesn't have CRV and then other say OC does have it... looking now... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Redemption_Value
seems like a yes.

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I was gonna say.
They probably got fed money to dip into and set up a way to launder it.
I was looking to start walking the ditches picking up cans until I saw that clovis was saying .55usd for cans.
I'm not sure they even buy plastics here, that is what made me think it had to be subsidized.

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Image how much dirtier it would be here in a dense area.

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Yeah, it must be something there.
Here the 4 square miles around the corner we live on have 4 houses on just 2 of them.

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That would equate to about 20 Starbucks locations, 15 subway locations, three Chinese buffets, four or five In-N-Out burgers… I could go on… DONUTS!!!
Lots of good ol’ fashion mom and pop Vietnamese and or Cambodian donut shops. Is awesome and their continued resilience to big box is amazing.

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