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If I were you I would collect them in a tin (or some container which doesn't take up big space), and the first time I go to some waste collector to get rid of something special (even if that might be in 3 years from now), I would just take them too. Might be less of an effort than making individual trips to get rid of a few blades.


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A stainless-steel scrap-metal recycler can handle razor blades but they would need a very large load to be interested.


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In e.g. China, L-cysteine is produced from human hair (among other things) and used as a dough conditioner (bread 'improver') https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKoi3P84OQU Or Google for l-cystine bread improver human hair


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I have found it good to deter rabbits from eating shrubbery/gardens, sprinkled on the ground. You don't need much as it lasts a long time.


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