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FFS Blade Recycling Scheme

FFS Blade Recycling Scheme

Did you know that of the 260 million tons of plastic that the world produces each year, around 10 percent ends up in the Ocean? Over a million sea animals lose their lives each year due to the plastic content in the sea.

That's why we're making a stand and saying NO to plastic disposable razors forever with our blade recycling scheme!

All you need to do is save up your blades, pop them in the post to us and we'll do the rest!

Returning Your Blades

Returning Your Blades

We recommend that a minimum of 12 blades are saved up and returned in the plastic casing that they were received in.

If you'd like to recycle your blades, you can add a recycling bag to your next delivery in your account page - just go to 'Subscriptions' and 'Add Product'. If you're not a member, simply fill out this form and we'll send out your recycling bag the next working day.

Receive a Blade Recycle Bag

Fill out my online form.

Please note that FFS are unable to fund the postage costs of returning blades. This is the responsibility of the customer only.

Our Recycling Process

Save Up Blades

Save up your blades, we recommend at least 12. Make sure to take care when handling used blades.

Post Them Back

Post your blades back to us either in your original box or recycling bag. You can request one for free from the form above.

Separated

Once enough blades are collected, they are sent to a third party company who have special equipment to separate the materials.

Sent to Recycling

The raw materials are then collected and taken to a local recycling centre to be recycled.

Save Up Blades

Save up your blades, we recommend at least 12. Make sure to take care when handling used blades.

Post Them Back

Post your blades back to us either in your original box or recycling bag. You can request one for free from the form above.

Separated

Once enough blades are collected, they are sent to a third party company who have special equipment to separate the materials.

Sent to Recycling

The raw materials are then collected and taken to a local recycling centre to be recycled.



The Facts

The Environmental Protection Agency estimate that there are at least 2 billion disposable razors which are thrown into the landfill every year.

According to National Geographic, 73% of all beach litter is plastic.

Statista estimated that 163 million consumers in the U.S. used disposable razors in 2018.

The United Nations found that plastic ingestion kills an estimated 1 million marine birds and 100,000 marine animals each year.

The equivalent of a truckload of plastic enters the ocean every minute according to The World Economic Forum.

Although most disposable razors are made of plastic, you typically can’t recycle them as they are, due to their make up of lots of different materials.

The Facts

The Environmental Protection Agency estimate that there are at least 2 billion disposable razors which are thrown into the landfill every year.

According to National Geographic, 73% of all beach litter is plastic.

The United Nations found that plastic ingestion kills an estimated 1 million marine birds and 100,000 marine animals each year.

Statista estimated that 163 million consumers in the U.S. used disposable razors in 2018.

The equivalent of a truckload of plastic enters the ocean every minute according to The World Economic Forum.

Although most disposable razors are made of plastic, you typically can’t recycle them as they are, due to their make up of lots of different materials.



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