LVM's Environmental Action Blog

The purpose of this blog is to convey the importance that life choices and daily decisions have on the environment. I will, as a member of the kayaking community, effectively convey the importance and immediacy of environmental issues written in the paddling vernacular.

Monday, February 28, 2005

preventing waste with your toothbrush

The dentist recommends you change your toothbrush every three months, well with all the teeth brushers there are in the world, imagine how many brushes go to the landfills every year. A new company is putting a solution to just that very dilemma: Recycline. The company makes toothbrushes and disposable razors from the yogurt cups that never seem to be the right number plastic to make it into your recycling bin. A very environmentally progressive company who is involved with other good organizations like the National Wildlife Federation.


  • At 7:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I hit this site, because Ashley Strickland is the daughter of a good friend of mine. I am a dentist and I do not know of any dentist that recommends you change toothbrushes every 3 weeks. It is actually every 3 months. That should make a bit of difference in the consumption of material.

    David Jones


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