Cardboard recycling makes cardboard a thing of the past in a major new move
Posted On July 2, 2021
We’ve all seen cardboard recycling trucks rolling through the city and thought, “that’s pretty neat.”
But now cardboard recycling is here to stay, with a new move to turn a profit on the recycled cardboard.
The move is being rolled out at two of the country’s largest recycling companies, Waste Management and Cray.
While it will not replace cardboard recycling itself, the move aims to make it easier to recycle the cardboard in a way that makes it environmentally friendly.
It’s a move that’s gaining support from the city of Pittsburgh.
“I think the fact that they are making cardboard recycling happen is really exciting for Pittsburgh and it’s really exciting to see that it will benefit the community as well,” said Amanda White, an environmental attorney and member of the nonprofit Environmental Justice Network, a group that advocates for cleaner air and water.
“This is a really good move, and I think it will help bring people together.”
Waste Management is one of the biggest recyclers of paper in the country.
It recycles nearly 30 million pieces of paper each year, making up roughly 20 percent of the paper that’s discarded around the world.
It will be rolling out the new cardboard recycling program at its facilities in Pittsburgh and East Liberty, Indiana.
And Cray is a major player in the recycling business.
It has a huge waste-management business in the United States, where it collects and distributes paper and cardboard, which it uses for other purposes.
It operates two large paper and packaging recycling facilities in Indiana and Pittsburgh, and is one to watch in the future.
But unlike Waste Management, Cray’s new cardboard recyclables will be recycled in a different way.
“Cray recycles cardboard for a lot of different purposes, but they also recycle for cardboard,” White said.
“We can recycle the plastic and the cardboard for our packaging, but we can also reuse the cardboard that we’ve got.
And so we’re actually going to be recycling cardboard for cardboard, and recycling the cardboard to make cardboard.”
The cardboard recycling move will cost the companies $250 million over the next five years, according to the city.
While they’re the biggest companies in the market, the recycling companies have had mixed success in turning a profit.
Waste Management has made a lot more money recycling cardboard than recycling paper, and Croy has a much better track record.
But White believes the cardboard recycling business is finally on the right track.
“It’s an important piece of the puzzle for people to see what they can do in terms of environmental sustainability and recycling,” she said.
The cardboard company is not alone in its new move.
As the recycling industry continues to gain traction, it’s also coming to grips with the realities of the modern world.
According to a report from the U.S. Census Bureau, the U,S.
population is expected to grow to more than 5.2 billion by 2060.
That’s a huge increase in people, but it also means the size of the recycling market is likely to shrink.
The number of people who use paper for their paper products has also grown rapidly, with the number of households that are using a paper product increased by nearly 3.5 percent over the past decade.
But for cardboard boxes, the trend is less promising.
The U.K. government has been reducing its cardboard recycling rate, but the country has been slow to adopt new recycling technology.
While recycling plastic is easier for people in developed countries to do, it still requires a lot longer to get from one location to another, White said, which can lead to increased costs for people who are trying to recycle cardboard.
And the cardboard boxes being recycled are usually older, and it takes longer to re-pack the boxes.
White said that cardboard recycling companies are hoping that this will change in the coming years.
“I think that this is going to change the landscape of the way people are recycling,” White added.