When you’re travelling in Germany don’t throw any cans or plastic drink bottles in the rubbish bin. Instead, make sure you return them to a reverse vending machine which are found in most supermarkets and service stations. For each can or bottle you return you get 25 cents bank. Note that the cans/bottles must have been purchased in Germany — the reverse vending machine checks the barcode before it gives you the refund.
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