Last but not least

Ever wonder what happens to the plastic you put into the recycling bin?

Wonder no more.  Recycline produces toothbrushes (and other things) made with recycled yogurt cups.  And when you finish with it, the toothbrush itself is recyclable with a postage-paid mailer (available at stores or from Recycline).

If you’d like to try out a toothbrush, leave a comment here.  I’ll pick two people at random and send you your very own toothbrush.  I know.  You can’t believe how lucky you are, being here, reading this.

Check out the Recycline website for more information.  (They make all kinds of stuff, available at Target and there’s a coupon on the website.)

7 thoughts on “Last but not least

  1. I would love to have a chance to try one. I have to confess that I don’t really “believe in” recycling. I DO it…sort the stuff and put it in the bin carefully every week. But I’ve always been suspicious that most of it ends up in the landfill anyway and just takes a more expensive trip to get there. So, knowing that something is actually being made of the plastic is encouraging.


  2. A recycled toothbrush sounds kind of cool — I assume they cleaned it all up first?? Like Beth, I’m sometimes a little skeptical that all my recycling efforts are “worth” it, and I relish the thought of reaping the results of that. In my mouth!


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