Not in my house. We keep a small basket on the back of each toilet. In it we store things like extra rolls of Seventh Generation or Sunrise recycled toilet paper. I also toss in my waiting to be recycled preserve razor handles, toothbrushes and packaging. When a roll of tissue runs out, the empty cardboard roll goes into the basket.
Then once a week or so, I can simply empty the basket into the recycling bins (or drop in the mail to preserve).
Our bathroom is relatively large and ends up collecting a lot of junk mail, the stuff I take out of my day bag and leftover wrapping scraps. Because of this, I’ve recently added a bulk size cracker box (empty) to the floor behind the door. In this I toss used prescription bottles, receipts, toothpaste and soap boxes, etc… My husband finds the cracker box slightly funny, but hey it works. Eventually I might upgrade to a larger basket in that area as well.
This concept also works beautifully in the nursery, children’s bedroom, home office or just about any other room in your house. Take a look around your house to see where you can improve your recycling. Then grab a basket at your local second hand store and get to it.
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