Many people forget there are many items in the bathroom that can be recycled. Rarely, if ever, do you see a recycle bucket next to a waste paper basket in there so it makes sense. Out of sight, out of mind kind of deal. But let’s take a look at what can and can’t be recycled in your bathroom.
Toilet paper. The paper no. The tube yes.
Shampoo/Conditioner/Body Wash/Bubble Bath. Yes. Rinse and remove lids. Lids should be thrown away in the trash.
Soap. Plastic wrapping no. Box yes.
Q-tips. Packaging yes. Q-tip no.
Toilet bowl cleaner/Bleach. Yes. Rinse clean.
Spray cleaners. Yes. Empty, rinse and remove spray nozzle and throw away.
Disposable Razor/Razor Blades. No.
Toothbrush/Toothpaste. No. Paperboard packaging yes.
OTC medications. Paperboard packaging and container yes.
Cosmetics. Paperboard packaging yes. Cosmetic containers no.
Sanitary supplies. Cardboard box yes. Plastic packaging no. Everything else no.
Liquid Soap Bottles. Bottle yes. Empty, rinse and remove pump dispenser and throw away.
Shower curtain. No.
Deodorant. Sticks yes. Remove deodorant (usually the wheel thing will push it up and out). Aerosol cans no.
Newspaper. Yes. (Just threw this one in there for the readers!)
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