Hotels think about cutting out plastic toiletry bottles

Full-sized toiletries and pump-action bottles replace throwawy bottles

It seems as though hotels, particularly upscale ones, are starting to eliminate the tiny plastic bottles of toiletries we are all accustomed to seeing in the bathrooms. This is happening as more consumers demand green-concsious hotels. Normal-sized shampoo and lotion bottles are more commonly seen, as are push-pump bottles.
Pump bottles of soap and shampoo are safe, clean and look tidy. They‘re easily refilled, so there‘s far less waste. And they’re about the same cost.
USA Today


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