Hello, as many of you may know that you can return alcohol bottles and cans for 10 cent deposit back. "The Beer Store will also suspend the return of empty containers at all retail stores across the province, effective March 19, through to March 31. The Beer Store has announced plans to expand the number of locations that will go back to participating in Ontario's deposit return program. The company suspended returns last month.

These sites will be set up as a drive-thru system enabling continuous flow of traffic. Staff ask that you not bring your empties into the Beer Store. Everyone is encouraged to bring their empties back to the locations that are offering this service but Beer Store staff encourage everyone to take a few precautionary steps due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

A … "The Beer Store will also suspend the return of empty containers at all retail stores across the province, effective March 19, through to March 31.

The Beer Store has announced that starting April 6, select stores will begin to accept empties again, after taking a brief hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Beginning next week, returns will be processed Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays only and between 11:00 am and 5:00 pm.

When the time came to return the keg to the beer store I didn’t want to drive all the way out to the original store and wondered if I could just return it to my local store.

The returns will be accepted in the parking lot, drive-thru style. Starting Monday, a total of 200 stores -- about half of the Beer Store's locations across the province -- will accept empties.

Several Beer Store locations across the province will be returning to regular collection of empties.

Mainly want to know if I can return soft drink cans like coca cola cans. I am just wondering if there is a full list of what can be returned for deposit money. In addition, empty container returns will be accepted each Sunday starting April 5 at seven Beer Store distribution centres, including 414 Dewitt Road … More Niagara Beer Store locations are accepting empties returns. The number of stores accepting empties was reduced to “facilitate an orderly restoration of the recycling program.” Representing about half of the total number of stores across the province, this expansion adds on to the large-scale returns that Distribution Centres accept each Sunday, and the previously-announced 71 store locations that started accepting returns in early April.

There will be additional changes within The Beer Store hours to help maintain social distance and to protect both staff and customers.

Select stores across Ontario began taking empties again on April 6, the Beer Store said on its website. The Beer Store will also set up drive-thru recycling systems at seven distribution centres every Sunday starting April 5.

To facilitate an orderly restoration of the recycling program, the reintroduction will … The Beer Store began accepting empty returns Wednesday and Thursday this week. The Beer Store temporarily stopped accepting empty cans and bottles in March to adjust to the new health and safety measures imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but has since allowed returns … The petition was created with the safety of workers in mind, with the World Health Organization reporting COVID-19 may stay on surfaces for up to several days. When doing any returns there is an option to donate your returns to charity, the current charities being supported are hospitals and food banks to support our community in the best way possible during this time. In addition, every Sunday, beginning April 5th, select Beer Store Distribution Centres will accept empty container returns from 9am – 3pm. Starting on Monday, April 27, The Beer Store is expanding its deposit return program to reach over 200 retail locations. The Beer Store is accepting empties again after putting returns on hold last month due to the COVID-19 pandemic.. Note, no bottle drive returns will … With news of The Beer Store resuming empty returns, an online petition is circling around the web.. The Beer Store temporarily stopped accepting empty cans and bottles mid-March to adjust to new health and safety measures imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but it has since allowed returns …