[Brmlab] no sugar drinks in Brmbar

Jamison Young jam at iamjam.net
Tue Aug 7 15:25:51 CEST 2012


> what is happening with the 7 crowns made on each club mate bottle.

  They get gathered in the cashbox and are used for small brmlab
expenses (ducttapes, paper, etc.).

- lab consumes around 5-7 cases a week.
and other odds and ends that is a lot of tape and paper?
that is just club-mate.. 20 bottles per case, 7 crowns each.

> what is happening at the moment with empty bottles in the lab that carry a
> rebate in the Czech republic?

  Nothing, AFAIK. Their sell price is including the rebate. In part,
this is because glass bottles except club mate are very rare in brmbar,
we had those only a couple of times. If thanks to someone, we manage to
return some bottles, the profit goes to brmbar.

-so it would be a good idea to order more drinks in glass, that carry a
rebate?
like the Zon drink? small Czech company..

160 cases and we don't see any clear plan to ever convert them to money so
far.

-The cases belong to me, i decided it was a good idea not to put them in
the bin. When i have around 250, i'll take them to Germany, and get the
rebate. The plan was clear from the start.

As far as I have heard, the problem here is with the passive tense you
use "the bottles would be returned" - who would take care of that?
If for whatever reason, noone does, we are making a loss, and that's
no good.

-If the Brmlab community would take the bottles to Divus, Divus would give
new ones and take the old ones back. the price of the bottle includes the
rebate, so get a rebate, if you throw bottles in the bin the lab looses
money...all these small amounts add up, and you can make projects from
this. why make the individual responsible?

sorry not used to mailing lists..

jam
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