RECYCLING PURINA PACKAGING

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Learn how to recycle your Purina product packaging below.

Over eighty percent of Purina products are made with recyclable materials, like aluminum, steel, paperboard and corrugate, all of which are endlessly recyclable.

Plus, recycling aluminum uses less than 1/4 of the energy it takes to produce new aluminum. In 2018 alone, recycling aluminum saved enough energy to provide electricity to up to 8 million homes.

 

HOW TO RECYCLE PURINA PACKAGING
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Metal Cans

Rinse & drop into your single-stream recycling bin.

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Plastic Tubs

Rinse & drop into your single-stream recycling bin.

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Tidy Cats Containers

Empty & drop into your single-stream recycling bin.

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Cardboard from Variety Packs

Drop into your single-stream recycling bin.

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Shrink-Wrap from Variety Packs

Drop off at your local grocery store.

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Look for the How2Recycle icon for help recycling any of our products. Always check with your local waste hauler or community recycling center to verify a specific material is acceptable for single-stream recycling.

You can also find out where to drop off specific materials in your area here. Just enter the material and your zip code for a list of drop-off sites.

Purina Packaging Recyclable by 2025
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11-Pound Pet Food Bags or Larger

Recycle ready. Check with local facility before recycling.

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Small Pet Food Bags Less than 11 Pounds

Recyclable by 2025.

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Treat Pouches & Packaging

Recyclable by 2025.

 

Be thrilled when the job is hard; not everyone can do it.

— William Danforth, Purina Founder