If we work together to recycle in the bathroom, we can keep more than 60,000 tons of waste out of landfills each year.
If you’ve collected tiny shampoo and lotion bottles on your travels this summer, rinse and dry them to use again the next time you travel!
Max Milk Jug and Whitney Water Bottle always seem to get recycled…but will Sophie Shampoo and Mason Mouthwash make it to the recycling bin wh
Wondering what to do when a light bulb in your bathroom burns out? Wonder no longer!
You use sunscreen to protect your kids, so it makes sense to recycle the packaging to protect their planet, too.
When your baby’s shampoo and wash bottles run out, give them a rinse and then recycle the empty bottles!
Over 96% of Americans have access to community paper and paperboard recycling.
What happens to a shampoo bottle when it gets recycled?
Recyclable plastic bathroom products are usually labeled 1,2 or 5, depending on the type of plastic they contain.
PETE the Duck says: “The more you know about what is recyclable, the more likely you are to do it!”
It’s an age-old dilemma: you’re in the bathroom, drying your hair—and it finally conks out. Now what do you do?
Upcycle your mixed plastic or #5 plastic containers into maracas! Re-sealable plastic tubs make great DIY maracas for kids!
Our Babies Will Inherit Our Planet®
Did you know? The better you rinse your shampoo and lotion bottles, the easier it is for recycling companies to process them!
The more you know about what is recyclable, the more earth-friendly you can make your cleaning!
Thinking of tossing that empty floss container in the trash?
Did you know? Recycled #1 plastic(like the type found in mouthwash bottles) can be made into carpeting!
Give your bottles a quick rinse before you recycle!
And so is the FSC (ForestStewardship Council) certified paperboard used in BAND-AID® Brand packaging!
You can leave screw-on caps on most empty plastic bottles when you recycle!
Our partners at Keep America Beautifulput together this list of the Top 10 Things to Recycle in Your Home—and guesswhat?
When you recycle your plastic bottles of lotion, soap, and other health & beauty products, you’re helping to ensure that new bottles are
Big, small, green or blue—add a recycle bin to your bathroom that matches your style, and our earth will thank you!
Some resolutions are hard to keep. But recycling in the bathroom is so easy, you’ll be able to stick with it all year long.
Happy New Year from Care to Recycle®! Help us make 2015 the year of recycling more in the bathroom.
The power of recycling 1 plastic bottle can really be en”light”ening!
By using every last bit of product, you can save plastic in the bathroom (and money!).
You always see the “numbers” on the bottom of your plastic products, but what do they really mean? This chart can help you figure it out.
Consider giving a second life to some of your gently used plastic toys.
Make these easy holiday gift holders with your kids. Just cover a toilet paper roll with your favorite wrapping paper, fill with candy, jewelry or
Recycled PET products, such as mouthwash bottles, can be turned into fiberfill for winter coats!
We loved seeing your reasons and tips for recycling in the bathroom over the past month.
Show us how you recycle as a family.
We’ve learned that keeping a recycling bin in the bathroom is one of the best ways to remember to recycle!
Win prizes for recycling!