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Is Recycling Leftover Hotel Soap a Good Idea?

April 29, 2013

Ever wonder where that leftover bar of soap goes when you check out of a hotel? Many housekeepers simply throw them away. Not so at the Stonewall Resort in Weston, West Virginia. They're pairing up with the local Weston WalMart and having their leftover soap recycled to make them good as new.

The hotel will take the used soap from guest rooms and ship it to the Global Soap Project, a nonprofit processing center in Norcross, Georgia. There, the soap is disinfected and transformed into new bars. They'll then be distributed to those in need across the world like Malawi and Sierra Leone. The Weston WalMart will cover the shipping costs.

It's estimated that this

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