RETURN EMPTY BOTTLES

HOW TO RETURN BOTTLES, BASED ON WHERE YOU ARE LOCATED

 

RETURN BOTTLES

IN THE U.S.

RETURN BOTTLES

IN CANADA

RETURN BOTTLES IN THE U.S.

Return Empty Bottles for Reuse

If you are planning on ordering a refill no need to fill out this form. We will send you a return label with your refill bottles.

 

Request a PrePaid Postage Label 

Otherwise 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 to send your bottles back to be sterilized, refilled and reused. If you don’t have one of our boxes please use a small box to keep the weight down and the bottles safe.  We cover the shipping costs! Please don’t use priority mail boxes as they cost us more money.

If you purchased your items from the Plaine Products’ website a return label was enclosed with your refill box for your convenience. If you lost the return label we mailed to you fill out the form below and we will email you a label to print.

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.

Canadian customers have three options:

1 – You can pay to send your empty bottles back to Plaine Products in the U.S. to be sterilized, refilled and reused: 

Plaine Products
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.

Plaine Products

Fullerton’s Plain Goods
1-506 Furby St.
Winnipeg, MB R3B 2V8

Plaine Products
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.