Cartons, boxes, and trays made from cardboard are essential for getting your materials and products to and from your facilities, but once they’ve served their purpose they only get in the way. Quincy Recycle gives you the opportunity not only to eliminate this waste from your sites but also to get a return from it. Our B2B bulk cardboard recycling programs make it possible for you to:
- Reduce the amount of garbage you send to landfills
- Lower your business’ carbon footprint and environmental impact
- Add a new revenue stream to bolster your bottom line
As experienced cardboard recycling buyers, we have an extensive array of plants across the Midwest. In addition, our nationwide trading network enables us to move loads anywhere in the United States as well as to ports on either coast for international transshipment. This means we can transport and process what you give us quickly and effectively with industry-leading processes and procedures. Just like our paper recycling services, our system results in significant cost savings for you and opens the door to new sources of income.
We will work closely with you to develop a custom plan that is built to address your specific cardboard output in the most appropriate manner. You can rest assured that our systems will accommodate your schedule for collection, as well. You’ll become a more sustainable and profitable enterprise almost immediately.
Types of Cardboard We Recycle
- Baled cardboard
- Cardboard packaging
- Gaylord boxes
- Old corrugated cardboard (OCC)
The Lifecycle of Cardboard
Although the industrial cardboard recycling services we provide for each of our clients is completely customized to suit their needs, here’s a general overview of what we can do for you to help you become more eco-friendly and reduce costs.
A manufacturer that produces a large amount of cardboard scrap gets in touch with us and we join forces.
We collect the unwanted materials from the client as part of a mixed-commodity trailer, paying the fair market value for the scrap cardboard.
We process and bundle the scrap to prepare it for baled cardboard recycling.
We haul the baled cardboard to one of our paper mill partners across the country.
The paper mill creates paper rolls using the scrap cardboard and sells them to a box manufacturer.
The box manufacturer processes the paper to become new corrugated boxes for shipping goods, and the cycle begins anew.