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We recycle as much as possible in my house. I have buckets and bins all over the place for glass, metal, plastic, newspaper, cardboard… well you get the idea. Every two weeks, I haul the recycling buckets and bins to the end of the drive way and the refuse & recycling company stops by to pick it up with our garbage. When I grocery shop, I try to buy things that come in recyclable packaging. It makes me feel better about my shopping choices. Did you know that over 41 million households have access to carton recycling, and that number is growing each day. Cartons are made from renewable materials and more than 70 percent of the carton is made from paper, all from trees from responsibly managed forests. Responsible forestry promotes new forest growth and that new growth helps reduce greenhouse gasses. That makes cartons a great choice in areas that recycle.
Choose Cartons – Carton Recycling
Not all areas recycle cartons but cartons are recyclable where facilities exist. The paper fiber contained in the cartons is valuable. Recycled cartons are used to make products like tissue, office paper, wall boards and other building materials. To learn if your community accepts cartons for recycling, please visit www.recyclecartons.com or check with your local recycling program. Here’s more information about carton recycling and why you should Choose Cartons. You can also check them out on Facebook and Twitter.
I went on an Evergreen Fridge Hunt in my refrigerator to see what I could find that was in a carton. I found that I mostly buy beverages in cartons. In the past, I’ve purchased stock and tomato products in cartons as well. I do like how fresh cartons keep my milk because they keep the light out. I wish that the gallons of milk came in cartons as well since we go through a ton of milk in my house. I love that cartons use less packaging than other options. I checked the website and unfortunately our area does not yet recycle cartons. I plan on asking them if they can offer carton recycling in my area. I would really love to stop buying things in plastic because it’s too hard to find out which plastic products are BPA free.
Watch this video to see how easy it is to recycle your cartons. Every carton fact shared, via Twitter, using the hashtag #choosecartons will help raise money for Habitat for Humanity® Just click the tweet box below to help out.
— Ellen Christian (@scentednights) June 20, 2012
I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Evergreen and received a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.
Ellen is a busy mom of a 22-year-old son and 27-year-old daughter. She owns 5 blogs and is addicted to social media. She believes that it doesn’t have to be difficult to lead a healthy life. She shares simple healthy living tips to show busy women how to lead fulfilling lives. If you’d like to work together, email email@example.com to chat.