The familiar plastic bottles, including coolers and some spirits.
|Size||CRF Fee||Deposit / Refund|
|0 – 1L||1¢||10¢|
What Happens to Recycled Liquor Plastics
Over 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.