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RandomUsername12123 t1_j2dcbt8 wrote

>(unless it's purely a clean and reuse type of thing)

We have the tech for that too.


mimprocesstech t1_j2dsq6s wrote

Yes, just stating that the possibility of a virus surviving the process was greater instead of chopping up and reusing the plastic in something like injection molding where the melting temperature usually far exceeds the temperature a virus can live at. I didn't mean to imply it couldn't be done or isn't being done.