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so why does paperboard make sense?

At a 96% recovery rate for paperboard, that means recycled cardboard and paperboard products from commercial bailers and curbside recycle bins; it’s a recycled material source that is well established. We knew our possibilities were limitless.

In designing ReadyCycle® we wanted to create a truly intuitive package for the entire chain of custody of its lifespan. From harvest, to market, to at home with the consumer.

We wanted to take the guessing out of “can this be recycled?”, “will this decompose in months vs. hundreds of years?”, “will this harm our natural and marine environments?”, “and can I compost it at home and return it back to soil.”

We answer these questions and more in our latest report to give you the digestible education you need to make ReadyCycle the choice in sustainable produce packaging.

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so why does paperboard make sense?

At a 96% recovery rate for paperboard, that means recycled cardboard and paperboard products from commercial bailers and curbside recycle bins; it’s a recycled material source that is well established. We knew our possibilities were limitless.

In designing ReadyCycle® we wanted to create a truly intuitive package for the entire chain of custody of its lifespan. From harvest, to market, to at home with the consumer.

We wanted to take the guessing out of “can this be recycled?”, “will this decompose in months vs. hundreds of years?”, “will this harm our natural and marine environments?”, “and can I compost it at home and return it back to soil.”

We answer these questions and more in our latest report to give you the digestible education you need to make ReadyCycle the choice in sustainable produce packaging.

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sustainable

Did you know that 79% of plastics (an estimated 14 billion pounds per year) end up in our oceans, and every piece of plastic created still exists today? Those are some serious facts that we all have to face as consumers and producers of plastics.

That is why ReadyCycle® is committed to reducing plastics on supermarket shelves, replacing it with sustainable packaging and eco-friendly options. We all do better when we know better.
We recognize that change creates progress, not only for business but also for communities and greater global concerns. Transitioning from plastic to ReadyCycle packaging creates one more step to making our planet and communities a better and healthier place to live.

Learn more about the state of sustainability in the ReadyCycle Sustainability Report.

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