eBay Reusable Shipping Boxes
Created 9/23/2010 10:43:43 AM 
There's no doubt recycling is good, but in many cases, reusing is even better. One great idea is to keep cardboard boxes in use longer, reduce the impacts of shipping products, and encourage people to engage around the concept of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle in a personal way.
Tree Life Box: A Seed-Sprouting Cardboard Box
Created 8/9/2010 9:34:55 AM 
Cardboard production produces the majority of pollutants associated with cardboard. When this product is made, trees are cut down and and turned into a pulp which creates sulfur dioxide emissions. Sulfur dioxide dissolves in water vapor and is released into the atmosphere, where it joins with other gases to create sulfates.
Recycle your Cardboard Boxes into BioFuel
Created 6/21/2010 8:34:48 AM 
The term cardboard may refer to a variety of heavy paper-like materials, including card stock, corrugated fiberboard or paperboard. Cardboard boxes are industrially prefabricated boxes, primarily used for packaging goods and materials.
Save BIG on your next Move with Rent-a-Green-Box
Created 2/22/2010 7:20:12 AM 
Over 20 percent of the American population packs and moves each year- generating massive quantities of waste, that ultimately ends up in a landfill. Itís a huge problem and we havenít had a choice or a green sustainable solution in over 230 years. New or used cardboard boxes are just too expensive, very inefficient, extremely wasteful and really bad for our planet.
Recycled Cardboard: A Real Money Maker
Created 2/6/2009 8:42:20 AM 
Cardboard is a generic term for a heavy duty paper based product. often used for folding cartons, set-up boxes and packaging. The material is a strong, versatile packaging material that is universally accepted for recovery and recycling. Making the pulp from trees for use in corrugated cardboard creates sulfur dioxide pollution. Recycling corrugated cardboard into new products cuts the pollution generated by half.
Easy Money Recycling Cardboard Boxes
Created 10/27/2008 8:35:40 AM 
Every day people purchase new shipping and moving boxes at a significant expense. While it is possible to find low cost, or even free, used boxes, the process is often time consuming, embarrassing, and full of frustration and uncertainty. Anyone who's ever moved has probably experienced either significant expense for new shipping boxes or countless trips to stores on search of usable discards. A new San Francisco startup, however, aims to change all that with an online process that makes it easy for those in need of boxes to find those who have extras to dispose of.
Turn Discarded Cardboard into Profit
Created 8/1/2008 7:30:33 AM 
Cardboard is a generic non-specific term for a heavy duty paper based product, which are primarily used for packaging goods and materials. It is a bulky, highly recyclable waste and keeping this material out of the waste stream will mean saving landfill space in areas where disposed materials are land filled and reducing pollution through avoided incineration where waste is incinerated.
Businesses can actually make a profit on the recycling of this material and some very clever designers have found innovative methods to† use it, creating from portable toilets to entire rooms.
How to Make a Load of Money with the Shit Box
Created 6/4/2008 7:41:33 AM 
What do you do on those moments when you get the urge for number two on the road, but donít have access to a proper toilet? Just like you wouldnít leave your dogís poop on the side of the road, you shouldnít leave a heap of your own either. Instead of scooping, try these disposable portable corrugated recycled cardboard toilets.
The C&D Recycling Business
Created 11/27/2007 7:20:22 AM 
Construction and demolition (C&D) materials account for almost 22 percent of the waste stream. Many of these materials can be reused or recycled, thus prolonging our supply of natural resources and potentially saving money in the process. Common C&D materials include lumber, drywall, metals, masonry (brick, concrete, etc.), carpet, plastic, pipe, rocks, dirt, paper, cardboard, or green waste related to land development. Of these, metals are the most commonly recycled material while lumber makes up the majority of debris that still goes to a landfill.
Ecofriendly Pack & Move Success Venture
Created 10/14/2007 9:06:53 AM 
20% of all US residents move every year, and the way we move havenít changed in 200 years, using environmentally destructive packing such as cardboard boxes, plastic bubble wrap and Styrofoam. Most people toss out this stuff after unpacking and the problem perpetuates as more waste enter the landfill and resources are consumed to replace the materials needed to pack and move. Itís a vicious cycle of destructive environmental behavior.

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