- Plastic pill box with separate compartments you can keep multiple pills separate so you can easily find the pill you need at that time
- Every compartment is used for different kinds of pills
- This simple construction of this organizer pill box allows it to open and stays securely closed until you are ready to use it again
- No more loose pills floating around you pocket or pocket book, just a new improvement on and old classic
- This unique decorative pill box makes a great holder for mints, vitamins, pills, gum, or small earrings and jewelry when traveling
- Material: Plastic
- Size: 6.5 x 6.5 x 2.15cm/2.6 x 2.6 x 0.8in(L x W x T)
- This plastic pill box has separate compartments that you can keep multiple pills separate so you can easily find the pill
- For its compact design, this plastic pill box is great for travel or going out
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How to Recycle Pill Boxes?
There are several ways to reuse old pill bottles that may be piling up and cluttering home spaces. You can create holiday decorations, make personal kits, or use them to store herbs and spices. If nothing else, you can recycle them. Finding special uses for these pill boxes can save you money and help the environment. Remember to label pill bottles when reusing so that they will not be confused with important prescription pills.
- Turn them into small containers. Store small paper clips, craft glitter, buttons, and other small objects in pill boxes rather than in larger containers that take up more space. Pill boxes used as storage containers are cost-effective and durable enough to be reused.
- Turn them into craft projects. Old pill bottles are especially useful as holiday decorations. Dress up pill bottles with glitter, designs, and other creative craft supplies. Cut out a slit and attach a string to the pill bottle's top. Loop the string around a Christmas tree branch to create festive holiday ornaments.
- Create first aid, sewing, or fishing supply kits with larger pill boxes. Thoroughly clean each section, dry, and label each section carefully. Place into each section first aid supplies like band-aids and creams; fishing supplies such as fishing hooks and lures; and sewing supplies.
- Make toys for small children. Fill old pill boxes with beans or other noisy items. The child proof tops keep items from falling out and becoming digested by smaller children. Do not put candy or food in pill bottles for children because they may believe that all pill bottles contain candy, not prescription drugs.
- Fill old, clean bottles with herbs and spices. Remember to label the bottles with permanent markers to identify each one.
- Recycle them. Check with your local pharmacy to see if they reuse them. Not all pharmacies accept old prescriptions, and if they don't, seek out medical missions or churches who can use these pill bottles for families and individuals in need. Another option is to take old pill boxes to a local recycling center. Instead of tossing bottles into the trash, these recycling centers will sterilize and re-manufacture the pill bottles as new.