Brigade: Select Brigade programs (including this one!)
Timeline: Varies per program
Prize: Varies per program
How to Win: Send in your first shipment through qualifying Brigade programs. All shipment sizes count!
TerraCycle® and Bear Naked® have partnered to create the Bear Naked Brigade®, a free recycling program for Bear Naked packaging, as well as a fundraising opportunity for participants.
Participating is completely free and very easy. There are no signup or participation fees, and the shipping is covered by our brand partner. Simply follow the steps below to recycle your waste with us:
- Join the program by clicking on the black button at the top of the sidebar.
- Collect Bear Naked packaging and fill up a box or bag. Your shipment may be any size to earn TerraCycle points.
- Download a free shipping label from your TerraCycle account. Click "Get Shipping Label" under the "Send Your Waste" option in the navigation bar at the top of this page.
- Ship the box to TerraCycle by affixing the free shipping label and dropping it off at a UPS location.
The following types of packaging are accepted through the Bear Naked Brigade.
Bear Naked Brigade accepted waste:
- Bear Naked granola bags
- Bear Naked power packs
- Bear Naked trail mix bags
- Bear Naked energy bar wrappers
TerraCycle points are an added incentive to our recycling programs. Please read the information below about earning TerraCycle points for this specific Brigade program.
- Your shipment may be any size to earn TerraCycle points.
- You will be awarded two TerraCycle points for each unit of waste.
TerraCycle points can be redeemed for a variety of charitable gifts, product bundles, or a payment of $0.01 per point to the non-profit organization or school of your choice. For more information on our points program, click here.
- Bear Naked Brigade Accepted Waste Poster
- Bear Naked Brigade DIY Collection Bin Kit
- Bear Naked Brigade Poster
- Bear Naked Brigade FAQ
- Collect, Store, and Ship Guide
Want to know what happens to your Bear Naked packaging once it arrives at the TerraCycle facility? Check out the short video below!