Where To Recycle Brita Filters?

Where To Recycle Brita Filters
Where can I dispose of my used Brita filter? Brita Corporation has launched a countrywide recycling scheme for Brita filters in partnership with TerraCycle. This service allows users to collect and mail their discarded Brita water filters to TerraCycle for free recycling.

Please visit for additional information about this initiative, including how to participate. Through this initiative, used Brita filters may also be dropped off at any London Drugs shop in the province for free. Typically, a filter collection box is positioned in the portion of the store where Brita goods are shown.

Please contact your local London Drugs for further information: Where can I dispose of my used Brita filter?

Where may Brita filters be recycled?

  • Find a blue Brita recycling box at any of your preferred stores.
  • Even better, you may contact BRITACare at 0844 742 4800.
  • Entering your postal code into their recycle finder is the third method.

How to properly recycle Brita filters

  • Creating a Brita account is the first step if you do not already have one.
  • This step allows you to submit your Brita filter to TerraCycle, regardless of whether you enrolled on the Brita website or not.
  • If you have a Brita account, fill out your shipping form on the website to obtain a shipping label.

Does the Brita Filter truly function?

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Question by jcmaata2000yahoocom (37) I would like to install a water filter on my kitchen sink but want to make sure they are worth the value.

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Answer by MarkWatrous (729) Yes, they work quite well. They remove MOST of the impurities that are in potable water these days. I have had one on my faucet for over three years. I would consider changing the filter like clockwork every 90 days.

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Answer by Robgea (125) Yes they do. They filter out local impurities that your water system, or your municipal water system, may leave in place. They also make the water ‘taste’ much better. I highly recommend it if you’re living in a place without a top quality water supply.

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Answer by HawaiianGirl (6906) Yes Brita water filters do work to take out a large amount of the impurities in the water. You will be able to see it when you change filters.

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Answer by Skullwing (746) Yes, brita filters work using a carbon or charcoal based filter that has been used in large-scale commercial and residential water purification systems for many years. If you have a culligan filtration system installed on your water lines you do not necessarily need the brita. If you have water directly from a municipal source it does help with water flavor.

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Answer by Taylor (863) For price britas are quite valuable but for taste, I’ve herd that Zero Water is the best; however, it doesn’t attach to your sink, its a pitcher that apparently has bottled water quality.

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Water filters cannot be recycled as part of your recycling collection scheme nor at household waste recycling centres. However, if you use a BRITA branded water filter you can recycle the used filters at most Argos, Robert Dyas and Homebase stores where boxes are provided for the collection of used cartridges.

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