Gov't Liquor Store - Pemberton
NOTICE: Liquor stores are not accepting liquor, beer, or other refundable alcohol containers for refunds at this time. As an alternative, please check our location map at https://www.return-it.ca/locations/ to find the nearest open Return-It Depot.
- 7445 Frontier Street, Pemberton, BC V0N 2L1
Accepted at this location:
Beverage container volumes collected through our province-wide network of Return-It Depots continues to grow creating excellent Business and Career opportunities.
Refillable glass beer, cider & cooler bottles and metal beverage alcohol cans.
Beverage containers accepted:
Liquor PlasticCaps on, labels on
Size CRF Fee Deposit / Refund 0 – 1L 4¢ 10¢ Over 1L 7¢ 20¢
The familiar plastic bottles, including coolers and some spirits.
Recycled intoOver 75% of the plastic bottles sold are returned. The bottles are power-washed, then shredded, then power-washed again. From there, the shredded material is sold to companies who pull, stretch and meld the shreds into fibre for new bottles and buckets. Recycling plastics uses about 1/3 less energy than manufacturing new plastic.
Liquor GlassCaps on, labels on
Size CRF Fee Deposit / Refund 0 – 1L 9¢ 10¢ Over 1L 17¢ 20¢
The wine, spirits, imported beer and coolers in glass bottles.
Recycled intoOf all the glass bottles sold in BC, 93% are returned. These bottles are ground down into small pieces called "cullet" and used in the manufacturing of a variety of things such as fibreglass insulation, sandblasting material and even sand for golf-course sandtraps. Ground glass can also be added to asphalt in the making of new roads.
Bag-in-a-BoxAlcohol - Leave Bag in Box
Size CRF Fee Deposit / Refund Over 1L 7¢ 20¢
Large "bags" of wine in a cardboard carton, usually with a spigot for in-fridge use.
Recycled intoThe plastic in these containers is separated out and can be mixed with other types of plastic to make park benches, bins and other sturdy products.