We provide an enjoyable and affordable package free shopping experience in Victoria, BC. (Photo: Nada Grocery). Sort your materials by product type before loading. By sourcing their supplies from more than 100 local industries, this neighbourhood gem ensures every art piece gets a second lift. Clothing and textiles - not accepted at this time, ​ Cooking oil (maximum 10L per day per resident), ​ Fire extinguishers (maximum 2 per day per resident), ​ Foam packaging (Styrofoam) - no foam peanuts, ​ Large appliances (refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, maximum 3), ​ Lawnmowers - electric, battery, or gas-powered (drain gasoline and oil before recycling), ​ Metal containers (cans, tins, foil, empty aerosol cans excluding spray paint cans), Other flexible plastic packaging External website, opens in new tab, ​ Paper containers (tetra-packs, coffee cups), ​ Plastic containers (jars, jugs, bottles), ​ Printed paper and paper packaging (newspaper, magazines, catalogues, writing paper, paper bags), ​ Propane tanks (maximum 4 disposable and 2 refillable). Copyright © Vancouver Magazine. You'll only buy what you need and never have to throw away excess products or packaging. As a grocery store Green also carries products like dairy and household products with either minimal or recyclable packaging. You stock up on your morning coffee, produce and protein. The Soap Dispensary is the first refill store in Vancouver dedicated to soaps, cleaning products and personal care products. The Zero Waste Market currently is a pop-up market that often takes place at Patagonia. Skip the packaging and minimize your environmental footprint at these local stores. More and more people and stores are opting for a package-free shopping experience. Eco-Freako also offers online sales. Bead, pompoms, pipe cleaners—Urban Source allows you to select which crafty tool you need (and how many). They now offer a variety of products including reusable coffee filters, salves, soaps and bedding. © 2019 Zero Waste Canada All rights reserved. Welcome to Vancouver Island's FIRST Zero Waste grocery store! 453 West 12th Ave Use the Waste Wizard to find drop-off locations. This is definitely not a complete list of Zero Waste shopping opportunities across Canada, Our apologies to those we did not include. Fees apply to the following materials accepted for recycling at the Transfer Station. If you have a Zero Waste store you would like us to include, we would love to hear from you. AlbertaBritish ColumbiaManitobaNew BrunswickNewfoundland and LabradorNova ScotiaNorthwest TerritoriesNunavutOntarioPrince Edward IslandQuebecSaskatchewanYukon, The International Zero Waste Definition & Hierarchy, 4 Easy Steps to Begin Your Zero Waste Lifestyle, Zero Waste Canada Education & Training Programs are now live. They also offer bulk bins of products that in other stores can come with lots of packaging that may not be recyclable. The store also offers workshops on topics like soap making. Learn about our Zero Waste Certification Program and get started on your way to Zero Waste.