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The ShopRite kiosks offer customers a place to drop off all brands of otherwise hard-to-recycle flexible-film packaging.

ShopRite offers new kiosk that recycles flexible-film plastic packaging

The kiosk allows recycling of pet food, snacks, garden products, and more

ShopRite and its store brands Paperbird and Bowl & Basket are collaborating with P&G, Purina, Campbell’s Snacks and TerraCycle to launch a recycling program for flexible-film plastic packaging.

The kiosks offer customers a place to drop off all brands of otherwise hard-to-recycle flexible-film packaging and keep waste out of landfills. The colorful kiosks are located outside five ShopRite stores and contain instructions for sorting the flexible-film.

ShopRite customers are encouraged to drop off their flexible-film waste – everything from empty potato chip bags to potting soil packages – at dedicated recycling kiosks at the following store locations:

  • Brookdale ShopRite: 1409 Broad St., Bloomfield, N.J.
  • ShopRite of Newark: 206 Springfield Ave., Newark, N.J.
  • ShopRite of Greater Morristown: 178 E. Hanover Ave., Cedar Knolls, N.J.
  • ShopRite of Livingston: 483 S. Livingston Ave., Livingston, N.J.
  • ShopRite of Stirling: 1153 Valley Rd., Stirling, N.J.

The following items are accepted through the new recycling kiosks:

  • Home, pet and garden packaging
  • Fertilizer and soil bags
  • Pet food and treat packaging
  • Laundry and dish detergent pouches
  • Flexible snack packaging:
  • Chip and snack bags
  • Candy wrappers
  • Food and drink squeeze pouches
  • Plastic wrap and shopping bags
  • Plastic shopping bags
  • Bread bags
  • Plastic film/wrap

ShopRite is the registered trademark of Wakefern Food Corp., a retailer-owned cooperative based in Keasbey, N.J., and the largest supermarket cooperative in the United States. There are close to 280 ShopRite supermarkets located throughout New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware and Maryland.

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