Did you know that used Brita water filters can be recycled?

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Did you know that used Brita Water Filters can be recycled?

There is a huge movement in the US to stop using bottled water. There are millions of empty bottles in landfills and floating in huge plastic islands in the ocean. They want people to use water filtration systems in their homes and fill up reusable bottles to drink out of. Did you know that used Brita water filters can be recycled?

I had a Brita Water Pitcher for a long time. I kept it in the fridge and that’s what we drank when we were at home. At that time you had to mail in your filters at your own expense. They used to have some drop-off locations but I don’t see where they offer that anymore. Now they will send a shipping label for you to send in your filters, I love that!!! The filters don’t end up in the landfill, consumers don’t have to pay to ship them and they offer rewards points. You can find all the details below.

Here is what I found.

Did you know used Brita Water Filters can be recycled?

Check out Recycle your Filter for all the details. according to their info sheet when you have about 5lbs of them you go to Brita.com/recycling-filters/ to fill out a mailing form. They will send a free shipping label once a year, you put it on the box and drop it off at a UPS location. They have a rewards program, points are redeemable for cool prizes, exclusive coupons, and sweepstake entries. That’s up to you if you want to keep track of rewards points. You will need to create an account at  Recycle your Filter.

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