THE GLASS JAR REFILLERY

Hamilton’s little refillery making a BIG impact!

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The Glass Jar Refillery

  • Low to Zero Waste Refill, Reuse

  • Realize that we can make a difference. Eliminate single-use plastic for the sake of and the beauty of our earth. The Glass Jar is inspired by the love for water, forest, sky and taking care of our future and our community. Hamilton can become an example of what kind of legacy we leave future generations by leading the change in a low to zero waste and refill-driven movement. Every little bit of change makes a difference! Explore products for your skin, body and home!
  • Engage, Encourage and Connect…

  • “Plastic pollution isn’t just about plastic in the oceans but the entire life cycle of plastics, from when it’s first made, through all the pathways until it becomes plastic pollution.” -Nicolas Mallos, Ocean Conservancy As of April 2018, EarthDay.org has reported that there are 5 enormous plastic and garbage patches that exist in our oceans. Approximately 91% of plastic is NOT recycled. Plastic can last or “exist” for up to 450 years. The beauty and cosmetics industry is massive on a global scale. It has the potential to make a significant difference in being a leader in eliminating single use plastic and wasteful packaging. Many Canadian independent companies that produce beauty/cosmetic and household products are leading the way in making non-toxic, cruelty free, ethically and locally sourced ingredient-based products.
  • Services for Sustainability

  • The Glass Jar will arrange and offer gift sets using eco-friendly and biodegradable packaging, sampling our refillable and zero-waste products. Diverse gifts ideas that will demonstrate a zero-waste approach to gift-giving for special moments and events such as… Baby Showers Weddings New Home Birthdays Corporate Gifts Seasonal

Low to Zero Waste Refill, Reuse

Realize that we can make a difference. Eliminate single-use plastic for the sake of and the beauty of our earth. The Glass Jar is inspired by the love for water, forest, sky and taking care of our future and our community. Hamilton can become an example of what kind of legacy we leave future generations by leading the change in a low to zero waste and refill-driven movement. Every little bit of change makes a difference! Explore products for your skin, body and home!

Engage, Encourage and Connect…

“Plastic pollution isn’t just about plastic in the oceans but the entire life cycle of plastics, from when it’s first made, through all the pathways until it becomes plastic pollution.” -Nicolas Mallos, Ocean Conservancy As of April 2018, EarthDay.org has reported that there are 5 enormous plastic and garbage patches that exist in our oceans. Approximately 91% of plastic is NOT recycled. Plastic can last or “exist” for up to 450 years. The beauty and cosmetics industry is massive on a global scale. It has the potential to make a significant difference in being a leader in eliminating single use plastic and wasteful packaging. Many Canadian independent companies that produce beauty/cosmetic and household products are leading the way in making non-toxic, cruelty free, ethically and locally sourced ingredient-based products.

Services for Sustainability

The Glass Jar will arrange and offer gift sets using eco-friendly and biodegradable packaging, sampling our refillable and zero-waste products. Diverse gifts ideas that will demonstrate a zero-waste approach to gift-giving for special moments and events such as… Baby Showers Weddings New Home Birthdays Corporate Gifts Seasonal

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LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT


The Glass Jar Refillery is located and respectively conducts business and community interactions within and from Hamilton, Ontario.
As per the City of Hamilton:


“The City of Hamilton is situated upon the traditional territories of the Erie, Neutral, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee and Mississaugas. This land is covered by the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant, which was an agreement between the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabek to share and care for the resources around the Great Lakes. We further acknowledge that this land is covered by the Between the Lakes Purchase, 1792, between the Crown and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation.
Today, the City of Hamilton is home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island (North America) and we recognize that we must do more to learn about the rich history of this land so that we can better understand our roles as residents, neighbours, partners and caretakers.”