Colgate-Palmolive responded to my inquiry today through this blog site. Apparently, my email address did not come through with the inquiry. The Afta bottle is recyclable. Thank you to the Customer Service Department for responding.
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Did they tell you how the recycling people will know whether it is or not? If is has no symbol, wouldn’t they throw it out?
No, just that it is recyclable. I think they were reacting to seeing it plastered all over the net. Will try again on that one.