That's why we believe it's our responsibility to take care of our natural resources today, and for generations to come. While most of us recycle, many of us forget to recycle in the bathroom. So help us spread this gentle reminder.
Find out all the bathroom items you can recycle and the ones that you cannot. This is a great cheat sheet to have!
It’s time to take action! September 20 is International Coastal Cleanup Day. One of the best ways to prevent plastics from getting into the ocean is to recycle them once you’re through with them, this includes items such as plastic bottles and caps.
From east to west everyone recycles, but who does it best? The northeast and western parts of the U.S. have the highest recycling rates according to a recent Shelton Group online survey. Show that you #caretorecycle and help your region increase its rates.
So, if you don’t recycle your shampoo bottles, where exactly do they end up? The answer is in a landfill along with up to 552 million other shampoo bottles. Join the 20% of Americans who consistently #caretorecycle and toss your bottles in the recycling bin. Also, be sure to look out for International Coastal Cleanup Day on September 20th!
While your child is heading back to school and learning new things, why not try to learn a little something new yourself? Take this quiz from Earth911® and see if you really know what bathroom products can be recycled. http://bit.ly/1tRt4ai
Whether it be a soda or mouthwash bottle, both are most likely made of #1 or #2 plastic, which happens to be the most common plastic accepted in recycling. So, next time your mouthwash runs out, think of it as any other plastic beverage bottle and recycle it.
Now your little ones can use the big kid sink tippy toe free! Carefully cut off both ends of your used up product bottle (we used JOHNSON’S® Baby Lotion here) and sandpaper the edges to ensure a smooth surface that will be safe for your children. Then, attach to your sink’s faucet head. Voila, you have a sink that all members of the family can use!