At every partnering Company, saying goodbye to boxes is a shared experience. It’s a process that occurs daily, yet the impact extends far beyond the immediate departure of the material. From the manufacturing floor to the security attendees, each employee bids adieu to the boxes at a different stage, marking the beginning of a new chapter in their lifecycle.
But what happens after the farewell? Where do these once-used boxes find themselves, and how does Impact Recycling Partners sustain a payout of up to $300/Ton for them?
Upon arrival at Impact Recycling Partners, the boxes undergo a thorough inspection and are meticulously inventoried. Soon after, they embark on a new journey, loaded onto outbound trailers destined for some of the largest Retail Distribution Centers in the Country. This step marks the bridge between the goodbye and the welcome into a new closed-loop environment.
Sold for a fraction of the cost of a manufactured box, these reusable boxes find purpose in packing clothing and other apparel within the retail distribution center. The journey continues as these boxes, now filled with merchandise, arrive at the physical storefronts of the stores. Here, the items are unpacked, shelved for sale, and the cardboard box finds itself in a baler onsite.
What makes this entire process possible is the closed-loop environment meticulously maintained by these retail giants. The once-used box never encounters the end consumer; it never leaves this closed-loop system. It becomes a vital part of a sustainable continuum, minimizing waste and maximizing efficiency in the supply chain.
Whether the boxes bear the names Berry Plastics, Aptar, Silgan, or any other text, the important thing is that they meet the dimensions required by the retail company. Selling your boxes is a commitment to a greener, more sustainable future for businesses and the planet.
Saying goodbye to boxes isn’t the end of the story; it’s the prologue to a narrative of sustainability. Impact Recycling Partners facilitates not just a transaction but a cycle that benefits businesses, the environment, and the broader community. Selling your boxes as reusable is not just a smart business move; it’s a vital step toward building a more sustainable and eco-conscious future.
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