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Eco-Friendly Ways to Dispose Of Your Disposables

Eco-Friendly Ways to Dispose Of Your Disposables

Look. The convenience and presentation of disposable vapes makes them a hard-to-resist product. We understand that. But... what if we can shift our minds away from "disposable" and start thinking "recyclable?" 

Here are some safe, eco-friendly ways to dispose of your disposables. 

 How to Properly Dispose of Vape Disposables

The problem with disposing your vape disposable in the trash isn't just the lithium battery, which can leak and combust when exposed to the elements: it also contains nicotine (obviously) which is incredibly toxic to wildlife, especially fish and other aquatic life. 

That begs the question: where do i properly dispose of my disposable vape? 

 Household Hazardous Waste Collection Site

This might be your best bet. Many places throughout the country offer programs that allow you to safely dispose your household hazardous waste. It's usually free, so don't worry about taking out your wallet. 

These professionals are able to handle your e-cigarettes safely and know exactly what to do with them. When we say "safely," it means that someone not properly trained (or unaware of the presence of your disposable vape) could potentially be harmed by the contents of your vape, including battery acid and nicotine. 

Vaping nicotine comes with its own health risks -- but getting it on your skin is another story. It turns out, your skin absorbs nicotine very well and that can result in many serious health problems: nausea; dizziness; heavy breathing; and even seizures. 

Not to mention, your battery can catch on fire which can spread to other waste items and that can cause a lot of damage. 

Supermarket Battery Bins

Now, it's worth noting that not every place has these supermarket battery bins, but it's worth checking out. Some of these places may even accept your disposable vape. 

However, your best bet is to (safely) remove the battery before disposing. There are tutorials online on how to do so, but if you're not comfortable doing so, leave it to someone else. 

Speaking of...

Vape Shops

You can always return your disposable vape to the vape shop you purchased it from... usually, at least. Misthub recommends you call beforehand or perhaps ask them while you're purchasing your new Rodman9k

If they do take old vapes, you might as well drop one off while you're picking your new one up. 

Manufacturers Recycling Programs

Have you tried contacting the manufacturer for your disposable vape? Almost all disposable vape manufacturers have recycling programs for when you finally finish your 10,000 puffs of the Rabbeats RC10000.

Your best bet is to check out their website for more information or contact them. You can bet you will almost always find a 'contact' page on the manufacturers' website. 

 Like Dinner Lady, for example... 

All of these are acceptable answers. We just ask that you vape responsibly and take into consideration that proper and ethical disposing of vape disposables is indeed possible. 


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