1. to treat or process (used or waste materials) so as to make suitable for reuse.
2. to undergo reuse or renewal; be subject to or suitable for further use, activity, etc.
What is the minimum amount necessary?
- Reduce raw material through collaborative smart packaging design.
What else can this item be used for?
- Reuse packaging material (pallets, drums, bubble wrap or packaging peanuts).
- Reuse shipping containers (boxes, inserts, cartons).
Recycling is a great way to open your eyes to all that you toss and a chance to rethink your future options.
- Recycle all the basics you can – paper, plastic, metal, and glass.
DID YOU KNOW?
- Without exception, recycling is the top action society can take to simultaneously improve the environment, the economy, and sustainable manufacturing. Recycling also prevents waste from entering the oceans.
- The average American discards seven and a half pounds of garbage every day. Most of this garbage goes into landfills where it is compacted and buried.
- Recycling requires far less energy, uses fewer natural resources, and keeps waste from piling up in landfills, which preserves existing landfill space.
- Recycling offers significant energy savings over manufacturing with virgin materials.