The shameful truth about what happens to your hotel toiletries
- Posted on Saturday, 12 May 2018 12:55
- By Zac Erawan
Taking home your hotel room’s complementary bath toiletries can now be a good thing to do. Thanks to Shawn Seipler’s creative charity Clean the World, it is possible to donate these items to help people without sanitary facilities in over a hundred impoverished countries. Hotels routinely discard the bath toiletries that are not taken away by hotel guests. Clean the World redistributes the donations from recycling centers in Orlando, Vegas, Montreal and Hong Kong. Over 300 hotels now participate.
- Hotel toilets have been the subject of debate for many years among guests. Some appreciate the cleanliness and amenities featured in the hotel bathroom they use.
- But there are critics who say that the hotel is simply too dirty in the bathroom. There are some takeaway facts that need to be considered about hotel toilets as well.
- If hotels throw away partially used toiletries, that’s a waste, If they reuse them, that’s gross. Take them home and use them yourself, or there are also “higher” uses for them.
“Millions of lives could be saved if the planet’s poorest people had access to soap, a humble product that most of us take for granted.”
Original Source: http://www.traveller.com.au/the-shameful-truth-about-what-happens-to-your-hotel-toiletries-gw4uge
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