What Can You Do With Your Used ‘Doob Tubes?’
When marijuana became legal in Michigan, dispensaries popped up everywhere, and with that legal product of all kinds. If you're not skilled enough to buy your own papers for rolling, they even offer pre-rolls that are simple products - Open, take out of "Doob Tube," Light.
VERY simple for people who maybe don't smoke a lot, and just want that periodic release. And when you're finished, what's left is typically, easily biodegradable. You can discard it how you would a cigarette butt... but what about those "Doob Tubes?" What do I do with those?
Even if you're a light user of cannabis, the "doob tubes" you buy pre-rolls in can add up quickly. Just like recycling your cans and glass, you have to accumulate a bunch before you really have a need to take them in. In some instances with the plastic tubes, the recycling logo is on the "doob tubes," so those can be thrown in with your plastics.
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But what about the rest? The glass and wax tubes? Some people can recall recycling programs at some of the dispensaries, like Rair.
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In recent months, regional dispensaries like Mint were taking them, even if they weren't recyclable, for an art project they were working on. However, not all dispensaries participate in similar programs, and simply don't take them back.
Obviously, when you buy your product, it's as easy as asking if they have a recycling program that you could utilize. But if they don't, and you struggle to find a place to bring your "doob tubes," there's an easy solution, according to some on Reddit, especially if you're a regular user of cannabis products...
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