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If every Canadian (37.6 million people) threw away a total of 3 toothbrushes in the span of one year, that would be equivalent to throwing 112.8 million toothbrushes into landfills every year!!! Yikes!
Our plastic, petroleum-based toothbrushes can take over 400 years to decompose, and many of them end up in our oceans where they pose significant threats to marine life and our precious ecosystems!
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Brush Naked Bamboo Toothbrush (Adult, Nylon)
Switching from a traditional plastic toothbrush to a bamboo toothbrush was my first (and easiest) eco-swap! The bristles on my Brush Naked toothbrush are soft, and I feel good knowing I'm using a naturally anti-bacterial and anti-microbial tool to clean my pearly whites! The best part is that the toothbrush can be thrown in your compost bin! However, the nylon bristles (that are BPA-free!) have to be removed before you compost it. Overall, I love this swap!
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