Recycling Resources By State
ZenWTR bottles have a recycling code of 1 (look for the symbol at the bottom of the bottle.) That is the most frequently recycled type of plastic in the US and can be picked up through most curbside recycling programs, as long as it's been emptied.
We ask that you please recycle your ZenWTR bottles, with the cap and label. We worked to make it as easy as possible for you and even worked with our partners in production to create a new label that is 100% recyclable and recognized by the APR, the Association of Postconsumer Plastic Recyclers, as meeting or exceeding critical recycling standards for recyclable film with washable inks.
To learn more about recycling near you, we have a few resources you can use from some trustworthy sources:
Keep America Beautiful has a great website for finding recycling information and resources by zip code Click here to search the Keep America Beautiful resource guide by zipcode.
Use Earth911's search page to find out how to recycle (or properly dispose of) just about anything in your area by entering what you want to recycle and your zip code on Earth911’s website.
And if you want to find out where to recycle in your state from the queen of the perfect home herself, Martha Stewart has shared a great list of resources by state on MarthaStewart.com.
Your efforts make a difference! Recycling just one single plastic bottle can conserve enough energy to light a 60-watt light bulb for up to six hours!
Help us prevent future plastic from reaching landfills and our oceans by recycling your ZenWTR bottles. We can't do this without you!