SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Method and TerraCycle Inc. have expanded the Method Refill Brigade program to accept pumps, triggers, refill pouches and almost any cleaner product packaging, regardless of brand, according to a press release.
Schools, offices, families or individuals can collect traditionally non-recyclable cleaner packaging and send it to TerraCycle to earn money for charity gifts and donations through the newly dubbed Cleaner Packaging Brigade, the release stated.
"Packaging sustainability is a core priority built into the design of every Method product. In addition to the recyclable packaging we make from recycled materials, we want every part of a cleaning bottle to be used again, including parts that aren''t accepted by most recycling systems, like triggers and pumps," said Adam Lowry, Method co-founder and chief greenskeeper.
"Our goal with this Brigade is to ultimately collect more triggers and pumps than we actually manufacture, which would substantially improve the packaging footprint of not only Method, but our competitors as well," Lowry added.
According to the release, Lowry believes that by expanding Method''s partnership with TerraCycle to accept packaging from all cleaning product companies, they can work to reduce landfill waste and replace the use of virgin materials while saving energy and carbon emissions.
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