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Old 01.12.2011, 11:37
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Can I give the Coop delivery person my empty plastic bottles?

Hi everyone, I usually order water bottles in bulk from Coop and have them delivered to my apt. Can I give the delivery person my empty water bottles? Can I offer some money for the trouble?
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Old 01.12.2011, 11:59
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Re: Can I give the Coop delivery person my empty plastic bottles?

See Coop's general terms and conditions:


3.6. Empties

Empty PET bottles in special PET bags that can be ordered free of charge at the time of purchase can be picked up if delivery is made by the coop@home delivery service. Empties are not picked up if no delivery is being made.

PET bottles are not picked up if Swiss Post carries out the delivery.



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http://www.coopathome.ch/b2c_coop/my...a=%24ROOT)/.do

http://www.coopathome.ch/b2c_coop/co...sp?language=EN
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Old 01.12.2011, 12:17
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See Coop's general terms and conditions:


3.6. Empties

Empty PET bottles in special PET bags that can be ordered free of charge at the time of purchase can be picked up if delivery is made by the coop@home delivery service. Empties are not picked up if no delivery is being made.

PET bottles are not picked up if Swiss Post carries out the delivery.



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http://www.coopathome.ch/b2c_coop/mycoop/goToWwww/(xcm=coop_dev&cpgsize=24&layout=7.0-1_0_2_7_8_9_10_11_14_13_51_18_15_21_46_47_52_177_2 6&uiarea=17&carea=%24ROOT)/.do

http://www.coopathome.ch/b2c_coop/co...sp?language=EN
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And if you forget to ask for one of the special 110 liter pet bags, you can stick them in any trash bag. I've done it several times.
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