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Most Portland stores stop accepting bottle returns; TriMet
Most major Portland retailers, like grocery stores, have stopped accepting can and bottle returns during the coronavirus pandemic, in an effort to reduce the number of people in their stores. This …


COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Updates – trimet.org
Starting Wednesday, April 29th, we’re adding a temporary shuttle bus — Line 297-NW Yeon/OBRC — that will provide an important connection to an emergency bottle return center in NW Portland. Most bottle returns at grocery stores have closed, so Oregon Beverage Recycling Cooperative has opened an emergency bottle return at its headquarters.


Portland Commute News, Articles, Stories & Trends for Today
Most Portland stores stop accepting bottle returns; TriMet creates free shuttle to bottle drop kgw.com – Author: KGW Staff. PORTLAND, Ore — Most major Portland retailers, like grocery stores, have stopped accepting can and bottle returns during the coronavirus pandemic, in …


KGW-TV – A new bottle drop location opened in NW Portland
Most Portland stores stop accepting bottle returns; TriMet creates free shuttle to bottle drop. A new bottle drop location opened in NW Portland in April to help alleviate demand. A new bottle drop location opened in NW Portland in April to help alleviate demand. English (US)


TriMet to begin shuttle bus for bottle return to help ease …
PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – Starting Wednesday, TriMet is launching a new bus line that will take people to a new bottle drop location in northwest Portland. It comes after frustration over a crowded …


Oregon Bottle Bill – Wikipedia
The Oregon Bottle Bill is a container-deposit legislation enacted in the U.S. state of Oregon in 1971 and went into effect in October 1972. It has been amededed in 2007 and 2011.It requires applicable beverages in applicable sizes in glass, plastic or metal cans or bottles sold in Oregon to be returnable with a minimum refund value. The refund value was initially 5 cents until April 1, 2017 …


BottleDrop: Oregon’s Bottle & Can Return program
Return up to 350 empty containers per person, per day in a clean, friendly, and fully-staffed Redemption Centers using our state-of-the-art, self-serve, bottle and can return machines. Receive your cash refund using our onsite Pay Station, or put your refund values in your BottleDrop account. Find BottleDrop self-serve return machines.


Oregon Liquor Control Commission The Bottle Bill …
Oregon’s Bottle Bill establishes laws that require stores and distributors to accept certain empty beverage containers and pay a 10-cent refund value for each container. All stores under 5,000 square feet in size must accept container returns. Most stores 5,000 or more square feet in size must also accept container returns. Stores that do not …


TriMet Launches a Bus Line to Take People to Return
TriMet Launches a Bus Line to Take People to Return Bottles and Cans Returning bags of bottles and cans to get the 10-cent deposit has long been one of the ways the poorest Oregonians can make money.


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