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The drinking water bottles come in many shapes and sizes. Each bottle application has its own quality issues, such as; bottle preparation before bottling, the packaging of finished products, and its distribution system.

The polycarbonate bottle has blemishes on its walls because of the variations in production processes. It also demands a careful sanitizing procedure at the bottling plant in order to be fit for reuse. A high densityWater Bottles Packaging polyethylene bottle sometimes imparts a taste and/or odor to the water and its spout may not always fit the cap, causing slow leakage in storage. The polyethylene terephthalate bottle demands its storage away from heat; an empty bottle could be deformed when stored at temperatures near 71C (160F); the full bottle could consign a fruity taste to its water content if kept in elevated temperatures.



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