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PORTLAND, Ore. - More drinks are being added to Oregon's bottle bill at the beginning of the year and they'll have a refund value of 10 cents per container.
Most beverages in bottles or cans that are sold in sealed glass, metal, and plastic in sizes from 4 ounces up to 1.5 liters will be included.
Some of the common beverages that will have a 10-cent refund value are coffee, tea, Kombucha, energy and sports drinks, hard cider, juice and protein drinks.
Soda, beer, and water that are three liters or less will continue to have a refund value of 10 cents.
Beverages not included are wine and distilled spirits, milk, infant formula and meal replacement drinks.
The changes start January 1, 2018.
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