Cabinet Refresh Bag


To get started, simply order a Cabinet recycling bag. Safely dispose of any unused or expired medicines, black out or remove any personal information, and put your empty plastic medicine bottles in the prepaid bag. Drop off the recycling bag at your local FedEx and your empty medicine bottles will be donated to Kellie Gillespie—a sculptural artist who upcycles empty bottles and turns them into extraordinary art pieces.

Medicine Bottle Recycling Rules
• Medicine bottles must be empty
• Bottles with personal information must be blacked out or removed

Your Refresh Impact

More than 194 billion plastic medicine bottles are produced each year and 90% of them end up in our oceans and landfills. Medicine bottles are considered “hard-to-recycle plastics'', because well...they are really tricky to recycle! Most of them can’t go in curbside recycling and those that are sneaky enough to make it through are difficult to process and manage. When you Refresh your medicine cabinet and switch to our sustainable medicine system, you’re keeping plastic out of your home and eliminating plastic waste from our environment.

Compostable Recycling Bag

High quality & 
batch-level tested 
High quality & 
batch-level tested 
Sustainably produced & packaged
Sustainably produced & packaged
Space-saving & refillable bottles
Space-saving & refillable bottles
Compostable & commitment-free refills
Compostable & commitment-free refills

Meet the only sustainable

medicine system


How Cabinet
stacks up

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Gluten-free verifiedtick-icon-green-bgdisabled-icon
Allergen-free verifiedtick-icon-green-bgdisabled-icon
3rd party quality testedtick-icon-green-bgdisabled-icon
Carcinogen-free verifiedtick-icon-green-bgdisabled-icon

100% Earth digestible
medicine refill pouches

Cabinet refill pouches are made from a blend of wood cellulose and biosealants to keep medicine fresh and safe. The materials are 100% compostable (compliant with ASTM D6400 guidelines) and digestable by the earth.

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