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My Plastic Crap Wall of Shame page on Facebook has become a collection of unnecessary, overpackaged, single-use, single-purpose, single-size plastic crap.
Examine whether what you're considering buying is overpackaged; if it is, leave it in the store as a statement of disapproval that'll hit corporations 'bottom lines.
I have cut back on my gas consumption, overpackaged things, and in general I buy less than I used to.
By finding it necessary to strongly imply that contra drug-dealing actually launched the crack epidemic, the paper overhyped and overpackaged the story.
Cracks In The Story 2008
Would impose fines on wasteful companies-like makers of gas guzzlers or overpackaged goods-and use the money as "fee-bates" to firms and consumers who recycle and buy efficient products.
The picture is damaging because it's a visual representation of a broader theme; she--like her campaign--is overpackaged and overproduced, in the attempt to hide the uglier aspects of her personality.
That picture of Hillary on Drudge right now. Ann Althouse 2007
Fortunately in most developing countries foods are not, for cost reasons, overpackaged as they are in developed countries.
Maybe now is the time to source food more locally and boost the economy through small, independent traders rather than parasitic supermarkets with their overpackaged, homogenous ready meals.
In our high fructose, preservative-filled, and overpackaged manners of consuming food, we forget that food is alive and gives us life.
Energy Bulletin - kristinsponsler 2010
Overprocessed, overpackaged foods just can't be considered that green, even when they're vegan.
green LA girl Siel 2010