Money for old toothbrushes? Colgate announces recycling programme

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People can now send off any brand of old toothbrush or toothpaste tube by post for recycling under latest TerraCycle partnership

UK consumers can now post off their old toothbrushes, toothpaste tubes and packaging for recycling under a new partnership between dental products giant Colgate and TerraCycle announced today. The Colgate...

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