Vancouver Cardboard Box Manufacturer Shares the Ins and Outs of Recycling
VANCOUVER, BC–(Marketwired – July 26, 2017) – Founded in 1991, Racer Boxes is a successful cardboard box manufacturer located out of Richmond. As a company that caters to clients in a range of industries, from food growers to chic box subscription services, Racer Boxes is proud to offer a product that’s allowing their clients to reduce waste and preserve a few trees.
The latest blog posted on the company website explores the process of recycling cardboard and just how common its use is. In fact, the blog claims that most boxes today are 70% to 90% recycled cardboard, and that’s great news for companies championing PR-friendly green policies. For more, go to: http://racerboxes.com/blogs-2/
The blog explains that recycling cardboard consists of roughly five steps: collection, sorting, shredding and pulping, decontamination, and finishing.
For example, “After sorting, the next step is shredding, followed by pulping. Shredding breaks down the cardboard paper fibres into minute pieces. Once it is finely shredded, it is mixed with water and chemicals to break down the paper, turning into a pulpy substance. New pulp, made from wood chips, is then added to the slurry to make the material stronger.”
As a material that’s both recyclable and biodegradable, cardboard is an affordable green packaging solution that anyone can feel good about using. In addition, Racer Boxes offers flexibility to customers with low, mid, or high volume requirements, all while maintaining affordable pricing and superior quality.
To learn more about Racer Boxes and what they can do for you, call (604) 270-8205.
About the Company
Founded in 1991 by two Hong Kong immigrants, Racer Boxes began as a printing service in Richmond before evolving into the reputable and successful box company it is today. As manufacturers of all types of boxes-moving boxes, storage boxes, and shipping boxes-Racer Boxes has demonstrated real outside-the-box thinking. They’ve expanded their product line to cater to the food and fashion industry by creating special boxes for seafood packaging, clothing display, and other specialty niches. Their office is located at 5700 Cedarbridge Way in Richmond, British Columbia.
For more information, call 604-270-8205 or visit the company website at http://racerboxes.com.
Company Website: http://racerboxes.com