Recycling for the Bathroom (and the Future!)

Recycling for the Bathroom:

Remember-To-RecycleAfter you’re done with the roll of toilet paper, do you often throw the cardboard roll in the garbage?  When you crack open a new box filled with deodorant, do you toss out the cardboard box? After your face cleanser runs out, do you chuck the bottle?  Some people may not even think about it because their recycling containers are located elsewhere and the garbage is right there, but these things are recyclable.

Pretty much all of the following containers and plastic bottles you would find in a bathroom are recyclable:

  • shampoo/conditioner bottles
  • face cleanser, body wash
  • lotion
  • body oil
  • baby powder
  • tums
  • antihistamines
  • even the caps to these items can be put into recycling

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Is your Brush Where you Flush? What you NEED to know!

So, you may not think anything of it, but, try to picture your toilet as an aerosol spray every time you flush it and anything within reasonable distance is getting sprayed with germs from your toilet bowl including your toothbrush. Y-U-C-K! It may help to keep the lid closed, however germs still escape somewhat. You may want to think about storing your toothbrush elsewhere.

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