Do One Thing: How To Recycle Plastic Bottle Caps.

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Did you know that most recycling facilities won’t or cannot recycle plastic caps from soda, shampoo, or milk bottles? Me neither. However, instead of throwing them in the trash, you now have a much better option – Aveda salons will recycle those plastic caps.

Join Aveda’s caps recycling initiative that helps extend the current boundaries of recycling and elicits participation from all corners of our community. With the help of our network of salons and stores, in partnership with community schools, we have created a recycling program for plastic bottle caps. Caps are collected at enrolled schools and then sent by Aveda to our recycler where the material is recycled into new caps and containers. Aveda has been able to work closely with our suppliers to develop ways to make new caps from the recycled caps and we plan to incorporate these caps into future Aveda products.

So just Do One Thing and head on over to aveda.com/aboutaveda for more details.

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  1. I was pleasantly surprised that the caps don’t have to be from Aveda products or I had to purchase anything when I dropped of my caps for recycling. They gave me a free hand massage as a thank you. I wish my city recycling program handed out free massages when I drop my stuff off at a city recycling dumpster 🙂

  2. Here in Charleston, SC, the county recycling program doesn’t take caps specifically, but if they are on a bottle, they don’t bother taking them off. Their biggest problem with the caps is that they jam the processing machinery.

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