A crackdown on the beverages is leading wholesalers to send the drinks from their warehouses to waste management companies for handling.
"We’re at full capacity," Brian Potter, a VP for MXI Environmental Services, told the Associated Press. "There are about 30 different products involved, and we’ve only seen a couple of them at this point. It could go on for several months."
In November, the Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission moved to get drinks combining caffeine and alcohol off store shelves.
I'm OK with the car getting the alcohol, but wonder if they could send some of the recycled caffeine my way.