Taco Bell broadens recycling program to consist of all sauce brand names

This is a picture of Taco Bell hot sauce packages. (Taco Bell)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE)– Taco Bell revealed on Monday that it will be broadening its recycling program to consist of all dressings brand names, not simply its signature hot sauces.

With the growth of the program, customers can now gather any empty sauce packages and mail them to TerraCycle, according to a news release.

The recycling business, headquartered in New Jersey, will award “points” to those who deliver utilized sauce packages.

The points will be contributed to nonprofits, schools, workplaces, or charitable companies selected by the customer.

Those aiming to de-clutter their draw loaded with unused sauce packages can head over to the TerraCycle site and register for a totally free shipping label.

When gotten by TerraCycle, the sauce packages will be cleaned up, melted down and remolded into brand-new product.