Recyclability – ManCave Limited.

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RECYCLABILITY

ManCave uses a combination of recyclable plastics in our product packaging to ensure that it’s as robust and affordable as possible, only ever using the minimum amount of plastic necessary.

The majority of our packaging is formed of PET (100% recycled plastic) and PP, both of which are widely recycled.

 

 

RECYCLABLE TUBES

Our tubes are formed of PET and PP, making them widely recyclable across all corners of the UK.

ONE EASY PROCESS

There's no need to separate the cap from our tubes, they can be recycled in 1 easy process with no fuss.

PACKAGING CONSIDERATIONS

We work to ensure that we only ever use the minimum amount of materials that we need to package our products.


THE RECYCLING PROCESS

We want to make recycling our products as easy as possible, with minimal effort required.

Our tubes are widely recycled across all corners of the UK, just follow the steps below to recycle your old ManCave tubes...

It's as easy as 1, 2...

STEP ONE: Ensure that you've fully emptied your tube (no one likes waste!)

STEP TWO: Place it straight into your plastic recycling bin, no need to remove the cap from the tube - it's 100% recyclable as a whole!

 

 

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE BATHROOM BIN

Your bathroom is full of recyclables, including cleaning products as well as a whole host of empty toiletry bottles. Although many people are already recycling a lot of the products in their bathroom, the bathroom bin can often accidentally make its way into the waste bin without being separated.

There’s a few ways that can really help to reduce the amount of bathroom products that could have been recycled from being thrown away! If you know that you really struggle to remember to separate out your bathroom recyclables, here’s some really handy tips from Recycle Now on how to reduce your waste:

 

1. GRAB A SECOND BIN FOR EMPTIES

Make use of that wasted space under the sink and get as specific bathroom recycling bin for your plastic bottles, aerosols, toilet roll tubes and toothpaste boxes.

 

2. REPURPOSE AN OLD BOX OR BASKET

Why not turn a basket with no use into your bathroom recycling bin. It doesn’t have to be anything fancy, you could simply choose a storage box with a contemporary feel.

 

3. STORE YOUR EMPTIES IN A DESIGNATED CUPBOARD

If you aspire to have a streamlined bathroom, stow your empties in a designated space in your bathroom cupboard or drawer until you’ve collected enough to take them to the main recycling bin.