Definition of bottle bill in English:

bottle bill

Syllabification: bot·tle bill

noun

Any of several US state laws that require deposits to be paid on beverages sold in recyclable bottles and cans.
More example sentences
  • Opening the doors for privately-owned waste disposal plants will call for legislative changes, for example a meaningful bottle bill, like the one the EMA has had for years and is somehow being delayed and delayed.
  • If passed, it would mark Oregon as much as the state's open beaches and the bottle bill.
  • Studies have shown that the recycling rates in bottle bill states are much higher than the average.

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