Recycling Your Corrugated Containers

We always hear about the need to recycle. Corrugated containers make up a huge portion of recycling and they are very easy to dispose of, properly. If you have just moved into a new house and find yourself overloaded with corrugated containers, do the right thing and recycle them. Educate yourself with your cities recycling program in order to make sure that you know proper procedures. In most cases you will be required to break down your corrugated containers and leave them at the curb come recycling day. Brown Packaging is a company that values recycling and understands the importance of sustaining eco-friendly practices like recycling programs.

First, figure out what day of the week is your neighborhoods collection day. Take a box cutter and begin breaking down your various corrugated containers. Make them as flat as possible and tie them together with a string or plastic band. This will make transporting your corrugated containers much easier and it will ease the burden placed upon the collection team.

Remember, recycling is a forward thinking program that prioritizes green choices. If you are going to recycle your corrugated containers, you may as well recycle bottles, cans, other paper products, and organic waste. Turn recycling into a full-scale program for your individual household. Recycling doesn’t hurt anyone, but the impact of just one individual can have a cascading effect. Everyone has to start somewhere, why not start with the recycling of your corrugated containers.

Brown Packaging has viewed recycling initiatives as very important since the inception of our company. We urge all of our clients to recycle their used-up corrugated containers and we are always looking for more efficient methods of recycling. We offer corrugated containers to clients located in Burlington, the Golden Horseshoe, the GTA, and all of Ontario. If you have any questions about our products, please feel free to contact us.