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Carla goes shopping in the supermarket. But many things do not suit their shopping exchanges. Without further ado, Karla dumps fruit, cornflakes, and toothpaste and wants to give the cartons to serving customers. But the employee shakes his head. You have to dispose of the packing materials yourself. Carla does not agree with that at all. The store should do that. But can you leave the packaging materials in the shop? Can you do that?
number Everyone who shop at self-service stores buys the products as shown with the package. In this case, it is up to the consumer to dispose of the packaging material at his own expense. The Environmental Protection Law states that cantons and municipalities must set up collection points so that as much waste as possible can be recycled and the rest disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner.
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However, there are stores that are willing to accept and dispose of packaging materials from their customers. This is a voluntary service, accommodation. Stores are under no obligation to do so.
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