Carbon Footprint Savings Stack Up for Milk Crates

The introduction of stackable crates, now used at some club store, is offered as a means of eliminating the sometimes nagging issues of crate disappearance, but stackable milk jugs result in a higher carbon footprint, according to new research about milk jug carbon footprint from Cal Poly.  Professor Jay Singh stressed that this is true for closed loops, but not necessarily for open systems.

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