How to recycle EcoEnclose products

First, a big THANK YOU to all who have chosen to use sustainable packaging. Your ecological efforts do matter!

We aim for the ultimate sustainability for our packaging products, but it is also important to what happens to them when their useful life is over. We urge everyone to reduce, reuse if possible, and then recycle. Curbside recycling is standard in all larger cities; however, it may be limited in smaller townships. Here is the content and recycling information for our products (dispensers excluded):

Plastics

Poly MailersPoly Bubble Mailers, and Flap & Seal Bags

Material: Recycled Polyethylene

Number: #4 (Bubble Mailers are #4 outside and #2 inside)

Where to Recycle:

  • Grocery/Department Store Drop-off Bins (with plastic grocery bags) 
  • Some Curbside Pickups (plastic film/difficult to recycle pickup service - differs by location) 
  • Some Recycling Facilities (plastic film - differs by location)

Paper Products

Rigid Mailersand Retail Boxes

Material: Recycled Paperboard

Where to Recycle:

  • Curbside Pickup
  • Recycling Facilities

Paper Padded Mailers

Material: Recycled Kraft Paper, Recycled Newspapers

Where to Recycle:

  • Curbside Pickup
  • Recycling Facilities

Kraft Mailers and Paper Shoppers

Material: Recycled Kraft Paper

Where to Recycle:

  • Curbside Pickup
  • Recycling Facilities

Corrugated Boxes, Pads, and Corrugated Bubble:

Material: 100% Recycled Corrugated Cardboard

Where to Recycle:

  • Curbside Pickup
  • Recycling Facilities

Packaging Paper and Ornament Paper Shred

Material:

  • Kraft Paper Roll: Recycled Kraft Paper
  • Newsprint Paper Roll: Recycled Newsprint
  • Bogus Paper Roll: Recycled Kraft and Newsprint
  • Indented Kraft Paper Roll: Recycled Kraft Paper
  • Ornament Paper Shred: Recycled Kraft Paper

Where to Recycle:

  • Curbside Pickup
  • Recycling Facilities

GreenWrap

Material: SFI Certified Paper

Where to Recycle:

  • Curbside Pickup
  • Recycling Facilities

Labels and Tape

Material: Varies, typically our adhesive based products have 100% recycled (or renewable) backing and plant-based adhesive. 

Where to Recycle: In almost all cases, labels and tape are used on different types of packaging (mailers or shipping boxes). Packaging should therefore be recycled based on the guidance described above. When material is remelted and/or re-pulped, the adhesives and backing are stripped out of the process. 

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