Niagara is committed to responsible resource usage and integrating sustainability into every aspect of our business.
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*Excludes label and outer packaging, which may not be recyclable in your area.
Tips & Tricks
Here's How You Can Help Recycle
Plastic food trays, jars, and paper containers can be recycled if they are empty and dry. And remember to put the lid back on plastic or glass containers.
Cardboard boxes like empty pizza boxes are also recyclable. Flatten all the cardboard boxes before putting them in the bin.
Keep the cap on your bottle so it doesn’t get lost in the recycling stream.
Switch to reusable forks, knives, and spoons because most recycling centers won’t accept plastic cutlery.
If you use a bag to hold your recyclables, dump the contents into the bin and reuse the bag.
You can compost at home by putting loose tea leaves and coffee grinds in plant soil, or use lemon rinds to freshen your garbage disposal.
Plastic bags aren’t always compatible with your local recycling center, but your local store may recycle them. Look for a “store drop-off” bin next time where you can recycle plastic bags and other packaging materials like bubble wrap.
Our Eco-Air Package® is recyclable via store drop off, so remember to take the wrap with you when you head back to the store for another case of Niagara.
PET CONTAINERS HAVE THE LOWEST
LET’s MAKE A DIFFERENCE
How2Recycle provides resources and education on how to recycle various materials. It explains recycling labels on packaging and links to recycling centers near you.