Loving Homes for Plastic

Loving Homes for Plastic: A Liquid Death Initiative

Return to Sender.

Sea animals, oceans, and recycling facilities all hate plastic. But giant companies like Coke and Pepsi still produce billions and billions of them every year. But why? Our best guess is that they just really, really love plastic more than anyone. And maybe that means they’d be so happy if we sent them back all their favorite plastic bottles!

Introducing Loving Homes For Plastic, a revolutionary new program that uses the power of the USPS to help bring unrecyclable plastic bottles back to the loving homes that birthed them. Recycling facilities don’t want them. Third world countries don’t want them. Maybe these unwanted bottles will finally end up in a better home than a landfill or ocean.

How to Get A Prepaid Postage Pack for FREE

Get a 10-pack of prepaid shipping labels ($30 value) for FREE when you buy a case of Liquid Death. Just add a case and a prepaid postage pack to your cart and use code RETURNTOSENDER at checkout.

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Here's how to use our prepaid postage stickers:
1. Place either a Giant Red Corp or Giant Blue Corp prepaid postage sticker on a clean empty plastic bottle made by Coke or Pepsi (see full list of their brands below).

2. Place the labeled bottle in any USPS mailbox.

3. The bottle will actually be mailed to the corporate address on the sticker. And yes USPS totally allows this. People even mail coconuts from Hawaii. Just don’t be a jerk and throw dirty garbage in the mail. Clean and empty the bottle first.

PepsiCo Brands:
  • Aquafina
  • Life WTR
  • Pepsi
  • Mountain Dew
  • Gatorade
Coca-Cola Brands:
  • Dasani
  • Smartwater
  • Vitaminwater
  • Powerade
  • Coca-Cola
  • Sprite


The average aluminum can contains over 70% recycled material, the average plastic bottle contains only 3%.

Aluminum is infinitely recyclable. Plastic is not. In fact, plastic is not even technically recyclable anymore because it is no longer profitable to recycle. So most recycling facilities simply send plastic to landfills because they would go out of business trying to recycle it. Environmental economists now say it is actually better for the planet to simply throw your plastic in the trash so that it requires less trucking to get it to the landfill. Sad stuff.

Of all the aluminum produced since 1888, over 75% of it is still in current use.

If plastic production isn’t curbed, plastic pollution will outweigh fish pound for pound by 2050.