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Malcolm Bryant’s Hotel Program Will Save Lives

Hotel soap. When you’re through with it, do you throw it away? Me, too. Then, where does it go? Some hotels are starting to recycle your disposed soap.

Malcolm Bryant, developer of Owensboro’s new hotel opening next weekend, says his hotel will recycle. It’s all part of a program begun a few years ago to help those in third world countries. More than 2 million bars of soap are tossed each day by hotels.Some studies indicate that just simply washing hands can save 1.4 million people from death!

So hat’s off to Malcolm. He plans to send all disposed soap to a firm in Baton Rouge that will recycle the suds.

While this hotel chain is not Malcolm’s, you can see more about one of the projects here.

 

 

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