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Why People Smuggle Empty Cans Into Michigan

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Why People Smuggle Empty Cans Into Michigan

When you buy soda or beer in Michigan, you pay a 10 cent deposit on every can and bottle. You get the deposit back when you return the empties for recycling. It's a good way to get people to recycle. But it also creates an incentive for garbage arbitrage.
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