Recycling partnership

Jurlique and TerraCycle have teamed up to enable consumers to collect and ship their empty Jurlique skin-care packaging for recycling.

Jurlique consumers can either return their products to Jurlique standalone boutiques across Australia or create a free TerraCycle account and post their empty packaging for free.

Participants who visit a Jurlique standalone boutique to return empty products will receive a 10 per cent discount on their next in-store purchase of any Jurlique product.

Alternatively, a TerraCycle account enables customers to collect empty Jurlique products in any cardboard box as an individual, or as a work, school or community group.

Once the box is full, participants can print a free Australia Post shipping label from their online TerraCycle account, affix it to the box of empty products and drop it off at their nearest post office.

On arrival at TerraCycle, the empty products will be shredded, washed and melted down into plastic pellets, to be used in manufacturing as a sustainable alternative to virgin plastic.

This new recycling program accepts all Jurlique packaging, including plastic bottles, pumps and spray closures, glass bottles, glass jars, dropper closures, plastic tubes, caps, tins and lids.

“We are excited about our next step to offer customers the chance to participate with this free TerraCycle recycling program and include them on our commitment to cleaner and greener ways,” Jurlique General Manager Australia and New Zealand Ann Donohue said.

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