Bathroom Recycling Tips
Learn easy ways to save resources and recycle a little more in the bathroom with these tips.
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All done with your favorite lotion? Step away from the trash can—and instead follow these easy recycling steps: 1: Remove the pump and discard (pumps aren’t recyclable). 2: Give your empty bottle a quick rinse. 3: Toss in your recycling bin! It’s that easy to help reduce waste in our landfills and conserve our natural resources! #CARETORECYCLE
WHAT TO DO IF YOUR FAMILY’S FAVORITE PRODUCTS AREN’T RECYCLABLE So you’ve decided to recycle your family’s personal care products from the bathroom. Fantastic! But what if you discover that your family’s favorite products from the bathroom aren’t actually recyclable? Don’t despair—or head immediately for the garbage can—because we at CARE TO RECYCLE® have tips and ideas to help you and your family reach your recycling goals!
Want to teach your kids more about recycling, but not sure how? We’ve got a whole day of family activities to help your little ones learn the importance of recycling plastic bottles and more (especially plastic bottles and other items from the bathroom, which so often get sent to the landfill unnecessarily.) #CARETORECYCLE
Here’s an easy way to inspire your household to recycle a little more in the bathroom: learn how your town recycles! If you have an item that can’t be picked up for curbside recycling, just enter the item in this free search tool at search.earth911.com with your zip code. You’ll discover all the nearby places you can recycle your items from the bathroom and beyond, and you can clear some of that (recyclable!) clutter from your home. Get more tips like this at caretorecycle.com! #CARETORECYCLE
Help the planet and save space in the bathroom by using a divided waste basket. Use one side for recyclable items, such as lotion bottles, and the other side for non-recyclable items, such as lotion bottle pumps. It’s an easy way to keep recycling top of mind in the bathroom. Get more tips at caretorecycle.com. #CARETORECYCLE
We’re loving the amazing posters and essays we’ve received from kids through PETE’s Bathroom Bin Challenge! The talented 3rd grader who drew this suggests: “Maybe families can put up a basketball net over the recycling can. That would make recycling in the bathroom more fun.” We’re SO doing that! #CARETORECYCLE #RecyclingTips #DidYouKnow #QuickTips #GreenLiving #Hack #LifeHack #Green #Recycling #Earth
Hosting overnight guests this holiday season? Don’t miss our ideas on how to make it easier for you and your guests to keep up good recycling habits in the bathroom and beyond. Below you’ll find easy tips and ideas to maximize your recycling potential before, during, and after your guests’ visit. #CARETORECYCLE
It’s an age-old dilemma: you’re in the bathroom, drying your hair—and it finally conks out. Now what do you do? Few (if any) municipalities are willing to pick up electronics of this type through regular curbside programs—but you CAN still recycle your old hair dryers, curling irons, and other no-longer-usable bathroom electronics. #CARETORECYCLE