REQUEST A RETURN LABEL
Looking for a refill for your empty bottle?
Our plan is for you to order a refill bottle when the first is running low. As you check out let us know you do need a return label.
When the refills arrive, just switch the pump over to the new bottle and use the return label to send the empty bottles back to us in the box the refill arrived in to be cleaned, refilled, and reused! For more information visit our How It Works page.
Request a PrePaid Postage Label for 4 bottles or less
You will automatically be emailed a return label from the US Postal Service. You’ll print the label and place it over the old label on the outside of the box. If you don’t have one of our boxes please use a small box to keep the weight down and the bottles safe. Please don’t use priority mail boxes.
Request a PrePaid Postage Label for 5 or more bottles
Please fill out the form below so we can email you a link for a return label. You’ll print the label and place it over the old label on the outside of the box. If you don’t have one of our boxes please use a small box to keep the weight down and the bottles safe. Please don’t use priority mail boxes.
RETURN BOTTLES IN CANADA
Return Empty Bottles for Reuse
We currently don’t have a method for sending individual customer’s bottles back to Plaine Products from Canada.
1 – You can pay to send your empty bottles back to Plaine Products in the U.S. to be sterilized, refilled and reused:
803 Floral Ave
Terrace Park, OH 45174 USA
2 – You can pay to send your empty bottles back to either of our Canadian partners. They will hold on to the bottles and Plaine Products will pay to have them brought back to the US to be cleaned, refilled and reused once there are enough bottles.
c/o Christine Pimiskern
3837 Point McKay Road NW
Calgary, AB, T3B 4V7
3 – Customers can recycle the aluminum bottles. Aluminum can be recycled with no loss in quality and can be recycled indefinitely. When plastic is recycled it is down-cycled into a lower form until it becomes unusable and is sent to a landfill.