Bottle – a container with a more or less pronounced neck and usually a flat bottom.

  1. PET or PETE – Polyethylene Terephthalate is a clear, lightweight form of plastic, popular with beverage makers and for bottled water, oil and some pharmaceutical products.
  2. HDPE – High Density Polyethylene is used as food and households items containers.
  3. PVC – Polyvinyl chloride is used for many liquids, but not for food items.
  4. LDPE – Low Density Polyethylene is lightweight and flexible.
  5. PP – Propylene is a string plastic often used for boxes, containers, prescription bottles and margarine and yoghurt containers.
  6. Glass used for bottles is either soda-lime glass and lead crystal glass or cut glass. Soda-lime glass is commonly used for all bottle while lead crystal glass is used for fragrances.