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How to Recycle Cedarcide Bottles

Cedarcide blog post image, How to Recycle Cedarcide Bottles

Recycling is important to us here at Cedarcide. Animals, the environment, and future generations depend on the conservation efforts we as a planet make today—and that means the world to us! Because so many of you share our values, we wanted to create a short guide on how to recycle the different kinds of bottles we use for our naturally sourced formulas. Below is a list of our different bottles, followed by a short set of instructions on how to correctly recycle each one. We’ve also included the type of plastic each container is made from by listing its Resin Identification Code.

Thank you for taking the health of our planet seriously!

You can find your local recycling center by clicking here. Additional recycling instructions for plastic bottles can be found here. For tips on recycling everything else, click here.

 

1 oz. Clear Plastic Spritzer (Plastic #1: Polyethylene Terephthalate)

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(Cedarcide OriginalTickshield)

(1): Remove and separate the spray top and lid. Note: The lid is recyclable, the spray top contains metal and therefore can only be recycled with mixed materials plastics (check your local recycling center to see if they accept mixed materials plastics)

(2): Thoroughly rinse the bottle with water until no residues remain

(3): Remove labels (not all recycling centers require this step—check with your local center to be sure)

(4): #1 plastics can normally be recycled with curbside pickup—check with your local center to be sure

 

1 oz. and 2 oz. Glass Bottles


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(Cedarwood Essential Oils)

(1): Remove and separate the lid. Note: The lid is can only be recycled with mixed materials plastics (check your local recycling center to see if they accept mixed materials plastics)

(2): Thoroughly rinse the bottle with water until no residues remain

(3): Remove labels (not all recycling centers require this step—check with your local center to be sure)

(4): Glass bottles can normally be recycled with curbside pickup—check with your local center to be sure

 

4 oz. White Plastic Bottle (Plastic #1: Polyethylene Terephthalate)


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(Vet’s ChoicePCO ChoiceCedarsuds)

(1): Remove the lid. Note: The lid is also recyclable (Plastic #1)

(2): Thoroughly rinse the bottle with water until no residues remain

(3): Remove labels (not all recycling centers require this step—check with your local center to be sure)

(4): #1 plastics can normally be recycled with curbside pickup—check with your local center to be sure

 

Pint Size Clear Plastic Bottle (Plastic #1: Polyethylene Terephthalate)


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(1): Remove the lid. Note: The lid is also recyclable (Plastic #1)

(2): Thoroughly rinse the bottle with water until no residues remain

(3): Remove labels (not all recycling centers require this step—check with your local center to be sure)

(4): #1 plastics can normally be recycled with curbside pickup—check with your local center to be sure

 

Pint Size White Plastic Bottle (Plastic #2: High Density Polyethylene)


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(Cedarcide Original, Tickshield, Cedarsuds)

(1): Remove and separate the spray top and lid. Note: The lid is made of a different recyclable plastic (Plastic #5, Polypropylene), the spray top contains metal and therefore can only be recycled with mixed materials plastics (check your local recycling center to see if they accept mixed materials plastics)

(2): Thoroughly rinse the bottle with water until no residues remain

(3): Remove labels (not all recycling centers require this step—check with your local center to be sure)

(4): #2 plastics can normally be recycled with curbside pickup—check with your local center to be sure. #5 plastics are less common, consult your local center for best recycling practices

 

Quart Size White Plastic Bottle (Plastic #2: High Density Polyethylene)


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(Cedarcide Original, Tickshield, Vet’s Choice, Cedarsuds, PHLScorpion ShieldScorpion Defense, PCO Choice, Yardsafe)

(1): Remove and separate the spray top and lid. Note: The lid is made of a different recyclable plastic (Plastic #5, Polypropylene); the spray top contains metal and therefore can only be recycled with mixed materials plastics (check your local recycling center to see if they accept mixed materials plastics)

(2): Thoroughly rinse the bottle with water until no residues remain

(3): Remove labels (Not all recycling centers require this step—check with your local center to be sure)

(4): #2 plastics can normally be recycled with curbside pickup—check with your local center to be sure

 

Gallon Size Plastic Bottle (Plastic #2: High Density Polyethylene)


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(Cedarcide Original, Tickshield, Vet’s Choice, DASCedarshield, Scorpion Shield, Scorpion Defense, PCO Choice, Ridaweed)

(1): Remove the lid and foil seal. Note: The lid can only be recycled with mixed materials plastics—check your local recycling center to see if they accept mixed materials plastics

(2): Thoroughly rinse the bottle with water until no residues remain

(3): Remove labels (not all recycling centers require this step—check with your local center to be sure)

(4): #2 plastics can normally be recycled with curbside pickup—check with your local center to be sure

 

Gallon Size Clear Plastic Bottle (Plastic #1: Polyethylene Terephthalate)


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(Petsafe GranulesHomesafe GranulesCampsafe Granules)

(1): Remove and separate the lid. Note: The lid can only be recycled with mixed materials plastics—check your local recycling center to see if they accept mixed materials plastics

(2): Thoroughly rinse the bottle with water until no residues remain

(3): Remove labels (not all recycling centers require this step—check with your local center to be sure)

(4): #1 plastics can normally be recycled with curbside pickup—check with your local center to be sure

 

5 Gallon White Plastic Pail (Plastic #2: High Density Polyethylene)


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(Cedarcide Original, PCO Choice, Cedarshield)

(1): Carefully remove and separate the lid and metal wire handle. Note: The lid is recycable; check your local recycling center to see if they will accept the metal handle

(2): Thoroughly rinse the pail with water until no residues remain

(3): Remove labels (not all recycling centers require this step—check with your local center to be sure)

(4): #2 plastics can normally be recycled with curbside pickup—check with your local center to be sure

 

2.5 oz., 4 oz. and 8 oz. Aluminum Bottles


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(Cedarcide Original, Tickshield)

(1): Remove and separate the spray top and lid. Note: The lid is recyclable, the spray top contains metal and therefore can only be recycled with mixed materials plastics (check your local recycling center to see if they accept mixed materials plastics)

(2): Thoroughly rinse the bottle with water until no residues remain

(3): Remove labels (not all recycling centers require this step—check with your local center to be sure)

(4): Check with your local recycling center to find out how your community recycles non-ferrous metals like aluminum

 

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