Green Life Waste Solutions cardboard recycling service was created to provide a sustainable and cost-effective alternative to putting cardboard into your standard solid waste container. Almost every business has a substantial amount of cardboard as a byproduct of their operations, and that cardboard takes up a lot of space when thrown into a dumpster.
The cardboard recycling program allows for businesses to have a separate container at reduced cost that is dedicated to cardboard. Coupled with the continued effort to maintain a sustainable community, cardboard recycling has become one of our most popular additions to solid waste collections for businesses across America.
Construction and Demolition
Green Life Waste Solutions, Construction and Demolition (C&D) service plan was crafted from the ground up to provide the ultimate in C&D solutions for any construction and Renovation Company or project at an industry level. Each of our construction and demolition dumpsters is of a roll-off design, making them easy to drop off, store, and remove. Combined with our flexible pickup schedules, you can have regular pickups at pre-specified intervals, or you can simply call us for removal as soon as your dumpster is full and we’ll schedule its removal at your convenience.
Old magazines, old newspapers (ONP), office paper, old telephone directories, textbooks, tubes & cores, Heavily Printed Bleach Sulfate, Lightly Printed Bleach Sulfate, Printers Waste, Salvage/Damaged Paper, Roll Stock and Obsolete Boxes.
At 33%, paper, which includes everything from packaging to mail, makes up the largest percentage of the municipal solid waste stream. It’s also one of the most recovered materials, as recycling opportunities are often readily available.
Plastic recycling is the process of recovering scrap or waste plastics and reprocessing the material into useful products, sometimes completely different in form from their original state.
This could mean melting down soft drink bottles and then casting them as plastic chairs and tables.
Typically a plastic is not recycled into the same type of plastic, and products made from recycled plastics are often not recyclable.
With the current trend toward green initiatives, companies around the world are seeking easy, efficient ways to offset their impact on the environment. Plastic recycling is a budget-friendly, responsible way to dispose of post-industrial waste.
As an added bonus for recycling your plastics, you’ll build a reputation as an eco-conscious company, which carries a lot of weight with today’s green-minded consumers.
Aluminum is everywhere. We see it in soft drink cans, beer cans, pie plates, foil, packaging, gutters, aircraft, automobiles, bicycles, boats, computers, cookware, siding, wire and more. Aluminum is practically the perfect recyclable material. Out of the most common recyclable materials that clutter up our landfills—glass, paper, metals, cardboard, plastics—aluminum is the only material that’s 100 % endlessly recyclable, and that pays for itself.