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*Based on our estimates, that would be more than 18,000 tons of plastic. Remember to recycle your shampoo bottles.
Toothbrushes are generally only recyclable through take-back programs, as most municipalities don’t accept them as recycling.
That is why the Johnson & Johnson Family of Consumer Companies is committed to taking care of the natural resources we are privileged to
Pill and medicine bottles are usually #1, #2 or #5 plastics, so it’s important to check the bottoms and determine what your municipality acce
Data based on a Shelton Group survey of Americans
Help keep bathroom recyclables out of our landfills and make a difference.
*Data via 2013 Cone Communications Green Trend Tracker
The plastic wrap used on common bathroom products like toilet paper and cotton balls is commonly made from plastic #2 — just like plastic gro
Even though caps are often made of a different plastic, there is no need to separate caps from bottles.
Help reduce this number. Recycle bathroom products.