Monday, 30 January 2012
WHY IS THE REUSE OF CARDBOARD SO LOW?
According to NPS (National Packaging Survey) an estimated 30% by weight of overall municipal waste going to landfill consist of disposable packaging (cardboard is a big part of it).
According to GVRD (Greater Vancouver Regional District) more than 100.000 tonnes of cardboard Cardboard is recycled each year in this areas, that’s grate.
Profuse use of cardboard in packaging and boxes, its recollection and recycle, cost a lot in terms of product’s price and service taxes. So, why we are so reluctant in doing a direct reuse of it?