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Terracycle Offers Factories Zero Waste Boxes

Terracycle’s Zero Waste Box program is being marketed to factory managers in a bid to encourage employees to recycle items commonly used on factory floors, including ear plugs and hair nets.

The Zero Waste Boxes range from $27.70 to $177.37, depending on the size and waste stream, according to Consumer Goods Technology. The boxes include signage to help educate workers and increase compliance.

Once a box has been filled, it is shipped to TerraCycle for recycling. The shipping cost is included in the price of the box.

Last year, Kimberly-Clark Professional partnered with TerraCycle to launch a large-scale recycling effort for nontraditional cleanroom waste such as cleanroom garments, gloves, hoods, boot covers and hairnets. Once items are collected and picked up by TerraCycle, they are turned into raw materials and used to create useful, eco-friendly consumer products, such as plastic Adirondack chairs and benches, bulk plastics and other items.

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One thought on “Terracycle Offers Factories Zero Waste Boxes

  1. TerraCycle continues to lead in its efforts to recycle those things that have been considered trash. If everything was viewed as recyclable and a market was created for these things, what a remarkable boost to both the economy and our environment this would be.

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