Colgate’s new recyclable toothpaste tube is nearly ready. It took 5 years to develop — WGNO

Toothpaste tubes currently on the market are impossible to recycle because the mix of plastics and aluminum contained in them. Soon, you may be able to toss your used-up toothpaste tube in the blue bin. Colgate said it has finalized a design for a “first-of-its kind recyclable toothpaste tube.” The change is part of the company’s efforts to have all of its products use recyclable packaging by 2025.

Colgate’s new recyclable toothpaste tube is nearly ready. It took 5 years to develop — WGNO

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Mel Fellner

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2 thoughts on “Colgate’s new recyclable toothpaste tube is nearly ready. It took 5 years to develop — WGNO”

  1. Great in theory but then you are using unhealthy ingredients in Colgate.

    Baby steps …..

    A Step Greener is a great newsfeed on the latest n greatest in eco living.

    Thanks Melissa🙌🏽

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