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Terms to Know About Redemption Centers Accepting Bottles and Cans

Redemption sites are typically small businesses who sort recyclable containers by hand before shipping them to a large recycling plant. Redemption centers offer money for bottles and cans that are marked with a cent price on their base. Here are some terms to know about turning in cans and bottles at redemption centers.

  • Recycle – Recycling is the act of processing certain waste items such as aluminum, glass, plastic and more for reuse. Recycling has been practiced throughout history but the push for recycling greatly increased when there has been shortages of particular materials like aluminum.
  • Deposit – The deposit is cash paid by distributors selling bottles, cans and other redeemable products. They pay a fee for each container, and an additional handling fee that goes towards a state fund. This fund is eventually profited by redemption centers who sort these items.
  • Out-of-state – Beverage containers should only be turned in at redemption centers that operate in the same state that the beverage was originally sold in. It is important that customers avoid trying to turn in bottles out-of-state, so that redemption sites can be paid fairly.
  • Litter – Littering is the act of leaving bottles, cans or other trash on the ground rather than disposing of them in a recycle or garbage can. Redemption centers opened to decrease littering and improve recycling rates and typically operate with the sole purpose of taking back empty beverage containers. Eligible containers include soda and beer cans.

    Containers eligible for redemption can be dropped off for cash at designated redemption sites or the store where the product was originally purchased in most states. Redemption centers provide an important recycling service to the public as well as for the environment.

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    Waltham Bottle
    131 Linden St, Waltham, MA 02452
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    (781) 647-4754
    User Review: "Great service! best part is they pay 5 cents not like other redemptions who only pay 4 cents.."
    Lowell Bottle and CAN Return Center
    143 Tanner St, Lowell, MA 01852
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    (978) 453-0878
    User Review: "They are rude and you better know exactly how much you have because they will rip you off cases at a time."
    Walpole Redemption Center
    743 Main St, Walpole, MA 02081
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    (508) 668-9615
    User Review: "They give you 4 cents .For each can or bottle. Ect---but they get 10© from the distributor .Its nothing but a rip off"
    J & K Redemption
    676 Western Ave, Lynn, MA 01905
    (781) 581-5777
    Peabody Redemption Center Co
    27 Caller St, Peabody, MA 01960
    (978) 532-4110
    East Boston Bottle & CAN Return Inc
    442 Bennington St, Boston, MA 02128
    (617) 561-0331
    Four Corners Recycling Corp
    355 Washington St, Dorchester Center, MA 02124
    (617) 287-0013
    Weymouth CAN & Bottle Return
    198 Bridge St, North Weymouth, MA 02191
    (781) 337-4048
    Mattapan Bottle & CAN Return
    17 Tesla St, Mattapan, MA 02126
    (617) 296-4363
    Waltham Committee
    23 Summer Ave, Waltham, MA 02452
    (781) 373-2188
    M & M Bottle & CAN
    22 Greendale Rd, Mattapan, MA 02126
    (617) 361-0070
    Roslindale Redemption Center
    4273 Washington St, Roslindale, MA 02131
    (617) 325-7800
    Derosa Landfill Management
    21 Clark St, North Andover, MA 01845
    (978) 688-9009
    M & M Bottle & CAN
    22 Grantley St, Hyde Park, MA 02136
    (617) 361-0070
    Stoughton Bottle and CAN Redemption
    20 Freeman St, Stoughton, MA 02072
    (781) 341-2471

    Redemption centers for cans and bottles can be found in different parts of the United States. As you may know, wholesalers manufacture these metal, glass and plastic containers, and then sell them to soft drink or soda companies. However, most of these pop bottles and aluminum beer cans can be recycled after being used by the consumer. Consumers use redemption centers to redeem containers for money. It is important to notice the redemption value of aluminum cans, glass pop bottles and plastic soda containers. This deposit amount is typically stated on the plastic or metal container top or label. The states that apply to cash refunds are also addressed on the container. This way you can determine if your state will offer you a cash refund for empty cans, containers and bottles. Only certain states apply where the redemption centers are actually located. These beverage container facilities recycle all kinds of glass wine bottles, aluminum beer cans and plastic water bottles every day. These bottles can then be distributed at wholesale rates to companies that will use these recycled containers to package their products. You may want to access the internet in order to learn more about redemption centers and stations across the country. You can pull up their official websites and get specifics regarding how to recycle glass bottles, beverage containers and aluminum cans. This is a convenient way to get the information you need, especially if you are looking for a bottle and can redemption center in your area. You can also learn about how recycling contributes to the sustainability of our environment.
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