CRV Recycling

What is CRV?

CRV stands for "California Redemption Value" and is the deposit consumers pay on qualifying beverage containers when being purchased at the store. State law requires recycling centers to pay CRV refunds for loads that contain only CRV beverage containers. Each beverage container being redeemed for a cash refund must have an original label indicating that it is CRV.

Plastic bottles, aluminum cans, and glass bottles labeled CRV are always accepted at our Recycling center. Refund is not paid for contamination or moisture. Bottles not containing labels will also not be accepted for the refund.

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CRV Pricing

Beachside Recycling pays for the following CRV material at its corresponding refund value:

 

(Updated December 31, 2020. Please call for confirmation as pricing is subject to change.)

Material Types

 

Aluminum Cans

 

Glass

 

#1 PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate)

 

#2 HDPE (High Density Polyethylene)

 

#3 PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)

 

#4 LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene)

 

#5 PP (Polypropylene)

 

#6 PS (Polystyrene)

 

#7 Other (Includes pouches & Unspecified resins)

 

Bimetal

Price/lbs.

 

$1.70

 

$0.106

$1.31

$0.58

$0.48

$2.08

$0.56

$5.31

$0.31

 

$0.40

Beachside Recycling accepts local competitor's coupons!

Non-CRV Material

Most non-CRV food and beverage containers can be accepted at our facility, and some can even be paid for at a modest "scrap rate".


Some examples: detergent bottles, milk jugs, wine bottles, and food cans. We also recycle cardboard, newspaper, shredded paper, and mixed paper!

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Materials Not Accepted

As much as we love to recycle, there are a few things we cannot receive at our recycling center.


This includes: light bulbs, alkaline batteries, oil containers, paint containers, acids/solvents, wood, stone, styrofoam and window glass.

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