Are sunscreen tubes recyclable?

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The development of this tube is the first step, achieved in record time, of future launches of tubes made with a cardboard part between the L’Oréal group and Albéa. It is a first technological breakthrough for the cosmetics market.

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Expired creams serve

The ecofriendly Safe Sea sunscreen has been certified by the NGO Friend Of The Sea as environmentally friendly. Its extra water-resistant formulation prevents the release of active ingredients in the sea.

Purpose of the treatment: To administratively and commercially manage the company’s customer portfolio. Manage the sending of information requested and provide interested parties with offers of products and services of interest. To provide services and / or products or subscribed by the user.

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First, the fluorescents pass through a conveyor belt on which the heads are cut. They then pass through a vacuum system where the powder is collected for later distillation. The glass is crushed and cleaned for subsequent recycling. On the other hand, the heads are also crushed and their metallic components are separated.

This is another of those products from which different materials are obtained. They are so specific that sometimes they are reused to produce exactly the same product they come from. Other times, they can be used for different things.

Glass may be used to make new packaging and mercury is often used for machinery or electronics. Metals may end up in foundries and steel mills and plastic may end up in plastic recyclers.

Now that we have seen the process of recycling fluorescent bulbs, always remember to take them to the recycling point once you have finished using them or they have broken down. See how many other lives we can give to our everyday objects.


Cool white: (6000 ? 6500ºK) Creates an effect on the space of dynamism, clarity, cleanliness. It offers maximum luminosity in work environments such as workshops, hospitals, parking lots, offices, supermarkets, etc.

Warm white: (3000ºK) It is a warm light ideal for environments with decoration in which materials such as wood, gold and classic elements stand out. Ideal for Restaurants, Waiting Rooms, Assembly Halls, etc.

Thanks to LED lighting, it is possible to reduce electricity consumption by up to 70% without sacrificing the quantity or quality of light. The energy efficiency of a traditional light bulb is 10%, while LED diodes use 80%.

LEDs do not contain filaments subject to breakage or failure due to melting. Their degradation is gradual throughout their life. They can enjoy a life of 50,000 hours, after which they gradually begin to lose intensity below 75%.

LED devices save a great deal of energy, do not produce infrared radiation, do not contain mercury and do not produce light pollution. 98% of their components are recyclable and ideal for combination with solar energy.