How Corrugated Cardboard Is Made

corrugated cardboard

Pizza delivery boxes, shipping boxes, retail store displays — corrugated cardboard is everywhere, working hard to protect our favorite products as they travel through the distribution chain before landing on our doorsteps and in pantries. Comprised of three layers of thick, brown kraft paper, corrugated … Read More

Warning Signs Your Equipment Needs Servicing

Servicing

The constant demands of running a business make it easy to forget about recycling equipment maintenance. Even though conveyors, compactors, balers and other recycling gear are a big investment – and ones that can save your business a lot of money – many companies take … Read More

4 Reasons to Kickstart Your Company’s Recycling Program

Recycling

Recycling is essential — no surprise there. Every ton of paper recycled saves seven trees and more than 60,000 gallons of waters — and that’s just the beginning. While half of Americans say they recycle significantly, many small businesses lag in terms of participation and … Read More

4 Benefits To Buying A Norton-Refurbished Baler

buying a refurbished baler

Considering a new baler? Before you invest the big bucks, consider the alternative: a Norton-refurbished baler delivered in a fraction of the time at a fraction of the cost, while still guaranteeing the same efficiency and delivery you’d expect from a brand new baler. Sounds … Read More

How To Start A Recycling Program At Your Company

start a recycling program

Offices and workspaces generate more waste than virtually anywhere else. Think about it—the average office worker, for example, spends about eight to nine-plus hours at the office, at least five days per week. That’s prime time—and that comes with tons of waste, including everything from … Read More

Top 10 Reasons to Recycle

reasons to recycle

American companies rely on recycling programs to provide the raw materials they need to make new products. Recycling in the U.S. is a $236 billion a year industry. More than 56,000 recycling and reuse enterprises employ 1.1 million workers nationwide. The average American discards seven … Read More