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What Bathroom Recycling Solution Works for You? 30

What Bathroom Recycling Solution Works for You?

What Bathroom Recycling Solution Works for You?

The bathroom can be a recycling blind spot. If it is for you, you’re not alone. And it’s a challenge we need to tackle head on, because nearly 552 million 15-oz. shampoo bottles could be ending up in U.S. landfills each year.

Finding tools to help you increase recycling in your bathroom can be tough, but we’re here to help. After taking this quiz, we’ll be able to point you toward a solution that could fit in with your lifestyle.

  1. 1. How big is your bathroom?

    • a. Pretty small
    • b. Average size
    • c. It’s bigger than most
  2. 2. How big is your household?

    • a. It’s just me
    • b. 2-4 people
    • c. 5 or more
  3. 3. What age ranges are in your home?

    • a. Adults only
    • b. Adults and young children
    • c. Adults and teens
  4. 4. Where do you keep your recycling bin or cart?

    • a. Garage
    • b. Kitchen
    • c. Outside of the house
  5. 5. How often is your recycling collected?

    • a. More than once a week
    • b. Once a week
    • c. Every other week
  • MIRROR CLING

    MIRROR CLING: Carrying your bathroom recycling to the bin doesn’t pose too much of a challenge for you, but placing a reminder in the mirror will certainly help you remember.

  • MIRROR CLING

    MIRROR CLING: Carrying your bathroom recycling to the bin doesn’t pose too much of a challenge for you, but placing a reminder in the mirror will certainly help you remember.

  • MIRROR CLING

    MIRROR CLING: Carrying your bathroom recycling to the bin doesn’t pose too much of a challenge for you, but placing a reminder in the mirror will certainly help you remember.

  • MIRROR CLING

    MIRROR CLING: Carrying your bathroom recycling to the bin doesn’t pose too much of a challenge for you, but placing a reminder in the mirror will certainly help you remember.

  • Bag

    BAG: You’ve got a good opportunity to corral a lot more recycling from the bathroom and to transport it to your bin.

  • Bin

    BIN: You’ve got a large household and plenty of recyclables. Keeping a bin in the bathroom can help everyone in the house remember to spare bottles and containers from the landfill.

  • Bin

    BIN: You’ve got a large household and plenty of recyclables. Keeping a bin in the bathroom can help everyone in the house remember to spare bottles and containers from the landfill.

  • Bin

    BIN: You’ve got a large household and plenty of recyclables. Keeping a bin in the bathroom can help everyone in the house remember to spare bottles and containers from the landfill.

  • Bin

    BIN: You’ve got a large household and plenty of recyclables. Keeping a bin in the bathroom can help everyone in the house remember to spare bottles and containers from the landfill.

  • Bin

    BIN: You’ve got a large household and plenty of recyclables. Keeping a bin in the bathroom can help everyone in the house remember to spare bottles and containers from the landfill.

  • Bin

    BIN: You’ve got a large household and plenty of recyclables. Keeping a bin in the bathroom can help everyone in the house remember to spare bottles and containers from the landfill.


Learn more about Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc.'s Care To Recycle campaign.


Sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc.

The Johnson & Johnson Family of Consumer Companies is committed to taking care of the natural resources they use. With 9 billion people in the world by 2050, and natural resources already being consumed faster than the planet can replenish, caring for the planet has never been more important. One way Johnson & Johnson takes care of the planet, is to use recyclable materials in their product packaging. But they need your help to complete the cycle of care by recycling the package when it is empty.


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  • jacci u. 18 days ago
    Typically I have more recyclables than trash EVERY week, however these quizzes keep me up to date with ideas! Many thanks
  • Jack S. 1 month ago
    My outside recycling bin for yard waste has become community property in that neighbors are invited to contribute recycling materials. When they saw the rich soil in six months -- they now contribute even more. It gets used for planters.
  • Doris P. 1 month ago
    I keep a recycle bin next to my desk in the office and another in the family room where I open mail. Makes it easy to take them to the big bin when they get full.
  • Catherine M. 2 months ago
    My oldest grandson (27) and I even recycle together. He saves aluminum cans & plastics, and so do I, in addition I save all metal cans. We then load up my truck and sell the aluminum cans for about $1.30#, plastics for 10 cents #, and cans including their lids for 20 cents per pound. We normally collect $100 off of each haul to the recyclers nearby. He lives about 5 miles from me, and even his 2 roommates chip in to add to his "collection". He gets to keep all the money, since it helps out with his expenses. So really, all 4 of us are involved in this ongoing project. Later today I am dropping of several boxes to the local grade school which consists of my old office supplies, notepads, binders, poster boards from a previous political campaign, etc. I also donate the box top & points for education found on foods so that they can purchase new school supplies. They truly appreciate all donations dud to ongoing budget cuts in AZ.
  • Catherine M. 2 months ago
    I recycle 100% of the time. Yesterday I even recruited a new customer when I used 2 of my coupons at Bed, Bath & Beyond. The cashier was truly impressed, so I called her back with the website so she & her Mother can join all of us.
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