According to the EPA, hydrogen peroxide breaks down in the environment into water and oxygen. Hydrogen peroxide is not bad for the environment. I would imagine that straight peroxide would be just fine as well.
If you have Hydrogen peroxide, and you want to get rid of it, you could use it to sterilize your toothbrush or clean your bathroom. You caould also mix an ounce of it with water and water your plants.
It is very reactive and oxidizing, but UV light breaks it down. Don’t dump it into any ponds and you should be fine.
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