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TerraCycle Laminated Paper Packaging
TerraCycle Laminated Paper Packaging
TerraCycle Laminated Paper Packaging
TerraCycle Laminated Paper Packaging
TerraCycle Laminated Paper Packaging
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  • Use this box to recycle any type of non-recyclable paper and cardboard packaging
  • Paper and cardboard that you cannot recycle through your municipal recycling program typically has a plastic or waxy coating
  • Unacceted waste: Please do not include basic paper packaging. No household hazardous waste such as pressurized canisters, pesticides, oil-based paint or medical sharps, organics, broken glass, bio-medical waste, soiled diapers or expired medication. No item that are classified as sharps, flammable, reactive, corrosive, ignitable, radioactive, toxic, infectious, or pathogenic

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Trash is, sadly, unavoidable. And while curbside recycling can have a huge impact on what heads to our landfills, some types of waste need a specialty recycling center to get the job done. With TerraCycle's Zero Waste Boxes, you can collect your hard-to-recycle materials, and ship it to them (for free!) to TerraCycle to have them safely and sustainably Recycled into something awesome. With the Laminated Paper Packaging Box, you can recycle laminated paper packaging cartons from milk, juice, lemonade, iced tea, ice cream, sherbert, sorbet, gelato, popsicles, broth mix, pasta, rice, and ice pops!
DIMENSIONS
Small: 11" x 11" x 20". Medium: 11" x 11" x 40". Large: 15" x 15" x 37"
MATERIALS
  • Accepted items: laminated paper packaging cartons from milk, juice, lemonade, iced tea, ice cream, sherbert, sorbet, gelato, popsicles, broth mix, pasta, rice, and ice pops
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