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Find out all the bathroom items you can recycle and the ones that you cannot. This is a great cheat sheet to have!

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Research shows one of the main reasons people don’t recycle in the bathroom is because they don’t have a bin. Keeping one right next to your trash is a great reminder to toss your recyclable bathroom products into their proper container. 

Research shows one of the main reasons people don’t recycle in the bathroom is because they don’t have a bin. Keeping one right next to your trash is a great reminder to toss your recyclable bathroom products into their proper container. 

According to a Shelton Group Survey, only 35% of Americans consistently recycle items found in their medicine cabinet such as pill bottles. With items such as these, it is important to know how to keep medicine out of harms reach. Visit www.fda.gov to find information on properly disposing of prescription drugs, as well as find a take-back program near you.

According to a Shelton Group Survey, only 35% of Americans consistently recycle items found in their medicine cabinet such as pill bottles. With items such as these, it is important to know how to keep medicine out of harms reach. Visit www.fda.gov to find information on properly disposing of prescription drugs, as well as find a take-back program near you.

Save money and spend time with your child during this back to school season by making a fun supplies holder out of old toilet paper rolls. This cool project doesn’t require glue, so you can recycle after you’re done. It is a sure way to score an A+ in organization!

Save money and spend time with your child during this back to school season by making a fun supplies holder out of old toilet paper rolls. This cool project doesn’t require glue, so you can recycle after you’re done. It is a sure way to score an A+ in organization!

Today is International Coastal Cleanup Day! According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), plastics are estimated to represent almost 80% of the total marine debris floating in the world’s oceans. Make a difference today by showing you #caretorecycle bathroom products.

Today is International Coastal Cleanup Day! According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), plastics are estimated to represent almost 80% of the total marine debris floating in the world’s oceans. Make a difference today by showing you #caretorecycle bathroom products.

Do you want to get involved with International Coastal Cleanup day? Visit the Ocean Conservancy website to find cleanup locations near you, and as always, #caretorecycle your bathroom products as a way to help make a difference year-round. 

Do you want to get involved with International Coastal Cleanup day? Visit the Ocean Conservancy website to find cleanup locations near you, and as always, #caretorecycle your bathroom products as a way to help make a difference year-round. 

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.

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.

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.