Item #: 2636823 | Model #: 50936
Staples ® Disposable Garments Zero Waste Recycling Box - Small
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Staples ® Disposable Garments Zero Waste Recycling Box - Small

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Product Details
  • Available in small, medium and large
  • Accepted waste: discarded disposable garments, chemical protection suits, flame resistant suits, smocks and nitrile gloves.
  • Unaccepted waste: include unwanted protective masks, eyewear, respirators, or hard hats. We will also not accept household hazardous waste such as lithium ion batteries, pressurized canisters, pesticides, paint or medical sharps.
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Staples ® Disposable Garments Zero Waste Recycling Box - Small
Product Description
Use this box to recycle disposable garments used at our business.

How it Works: Please choose the size box you'd like to purchase. When you receive your box fill it with the appropriate waste streams. Once full, bring your box to any UPS location to ship your items back to TerraCycle using the pre-paid UPS shipping label which is already affixed to your box. When we receive your box, we'll safely recycle all of the collected materials.

  • Available in small, medium and large
  • Accepted waste: discarded disposable garments, chemical protection suits, flame resistant suits, smocks and nitrile gloves.
  • Unaccepted waste: include unwanted protective masks, eyewear, respirators, or hard hats. We will also not accept household hazardous waste such as lithium ion batteries, pressurized canisters, pesticides, paint or medical sharps.
  • The collected waste is mechanically and/or manually separated into fabrics, metals, fibers, and plastics. Fabrics are reused, upcycled or recycled as appropriate. Metals are melted so they may be recycled. The fibers (such as paper or wood based products) are recycled or composted. The plastics undergo extrusion and pelletization to be molded into new recycled plastic products.
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