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CAN MY PRANA PACKAGING BE PLACED IN THE RECYCLING BIN?

 

We’re right in the middle of switching to eco-friendlier packaging types - woot woot! While the transition is ongoing, it’s better to check every Prana product you have on hand and refer to the table below to know how to dispose of it properly. And if you’re interested, you can follow us on our exciting green packaging journey here!

 

 

7 - OTHERS

NO

Our plastic #7 pouches are not recyclable and should be disposed of in the trash (although we like to reuse them to store or freeze other food or items).

 

 

number 2

YES and NO

Our plastic #2 (HDPE) pouches are technically recyclable and should generally be disposed of in your recycling bin. It's a good idea to group all your thin plastic films together to avoid confusion with paper at the recycling facility.

Some cities however are not equipped to process them; refer to your city’s recycling program to be sure (check useful links below). Alternatively, some provinces offer in-store drop-off bins.

 

 

Number 5

YES and NO

Our plastic #5 (PP) containers are technically recyclable and should generally be disposed of in your recycling bin once rinsed.

Some cities however are not equipped to process them; please refer to your city’s recycling program (check useful links below). Alternatively, some provinces offer in-store drop-off bins.

 

Number 1 - PET

YES

Our plastic #1 (PETE) tubs contain recycled materials and are widely recyclable. Remove the stickers and place the tubs in your recycling bin.

 

Recycle me

YES

Our bulk dispensers are made of 100% recycled and recyclable materials. Simply place them in your recycling bin.

 

 

RECYCLING PROGRAMS FROM COAST TO COAST

 

We’d love for you to type in your zip code here and get the correct information right away. Unfortunately, that’s not possible yet as recycling is managed different ways across the country. Most provinces and major cities have dedicated websites which we've linked below. But if you live in smaller cities in Alberta, Québec or Ontario, you’ll have to check your city’s official website.

 

Alberta (Calgary)

British Columbia

Manitoba

New Brunswick

Newfoundland and Labrador

Nova Scotia

Ontario (Toronto)

Prince Edward Island

Québec (Montréal)

Saskatchewan