Terracycle, my partner in crime accepts all kinds of difficult to recycle items and pays for the shipping.
For example, my latest bathroom articles.
An empty soap dispenser (top and all), shaving soap packaging, the lid off a shampoo bottle, and dental floss packaging—none of which can be recycled.
My husband lovingly brings me home gifts multiple times a week.
They consist of compost he collects from the office, his used tea bags, mainly coffee grounds he takes from the machine and out of the trash can.
I’ve never felt more loved.
No matter how beat down I get in this fight for the environment (and I am losing BIG TIME in the streets of Miami–we are number one in trash production in the entire state of Florida), I will not give up.
I received a gift in this little package and found it to be just about perfect.
I’ll reuse it over composting it.
As a passenger in the car, I noticed I was driving behind something that made a lot of sense.
Though I’m not promoting Coca-cola in any way, shape or form because it’s horrible for you, it does make sense to reuse the bottles and recycle the cans.
If every company took on this attitude, we’d be a very different society. So, kudos to Coca-cola as a company for reusing, at least.
What company has surprised you lately?
Now that we’re winding away from wipes, I wanted to share with the other green mamas maybe just starting out what we discovered.
We tried six different brands based on “green-ness” and made our own.
This is what we found:
Enjoy this recycled art from Islamorada.
Enjoyed by the tourists and my kid… and now you!