You saw it right. The energy saved by recycling ONE plastic bottle can power a computer for 25 minutes!
Traveling for the holidays? You can still recycle in hotel bathrooms or use your own refillable bottles.
Today is America Recycles Day! Although today is a nationally recognized day dedicated to recycling, it is something we can do year-round.
America Recycles Day is tomorrow! Share pictures of your recycling efforts and tips.
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When you’re finished with your lotion bottles, be sure to place them in the recycling bin.
One small act a day, such as throwing your used plastic shampoo bottles in the recycling bin, can make a big difference.
Happy Halloween! After eating Halloween sweet treats, do you know which of the products we use to clean our teeth can be recycled?
Pumpkins are a fun fall decoration, but can you imagine being surrounded by 1.8 million of them at once?
This arts & craft project is a fun way to put a “stamp” on recycling with your kids!
Help the planet and save space in the smallest room in the house by using a divided waste basket.
With Fall in full-swing, many of you may be experiencing the sniffles! Did you know that cardboard tissue boxes are mostly recyclable?
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
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.
Research shows one of the main reasons people don’t recycle in the bathroom is because they don’t have a bin.
According to a Shelton Group Survey, only 35% of Americans consistently recycle items found in their medicine cabinet such as pill bottles.
It’s time to take action! September 20 is International Coastal Cleanup Day.
Do you want to get involved with International Coastal Cleanup day?
Plastic bottles marked #1 (PETE) and #2 (HDPE) are recyclable in most communities.
From east to west everyone recycles, but who does it best? The northeast and western parts of the U.S.
While your child is heading back to school and learning new things, why not try to learn a little something new yourself?
Looking for a way to keep all of your kid’s art supplies in one place (instead of all over the floor)?
Save time (and your fingernails!) – there’s no need to peel the labels off of your plastic bottles before recycling. Luckily, recycling facil
Now your little ones can use the big kid sink tippy toe free!
The latest trend in superhero powers? The power to recycle!
That’s right, by using 1 pound of recycled material (the weight of your shoe) in place of virgin material; you can help reduce greenhouse gas
Recycling in the bathroom is easier than you’d think!
While it’s not technically necessary to remove every last bit of shampoo before recycling your bottle, who doesn’t like to use every last dro
Did you know the plastic bags, wraps and films, like the packaging cotton balls may come in, can be recycled through drop-off locations?
It’s amazing how many bathroom products are recyclable!
The glossy, lightweight boxes used to package your favorite bandages are made from paperboard – which is readily accepted in curbside programs nati
Most paperboard items are recyclable, including toilet paper rolls, cardboard boxes and cartons for over the counter drugs, lotions, soaps, b
We’re honored to be a part of such an important initiative.
Care to Recycle® and Johnson & Johnson would like to wish you all a happy Earth Day, and gently r
Most plastic bottles you’ll find in the bathroom are made from plastic #1 (PET) or #2 (HDPE) – the same resins used for water bottles and milk jugs