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Fluctuating OCC Rates: What They Are And Why They’re Bad For Business

Posted On: June 18, 2018 / Written by Mark Young, Chief Administrative Officer

A volatile market is impossible to predict. Fluctuating prices for goods and services are a norm for certain industries, and manufacturers can’t really do much about it. Oil is a prime example. The price of oil goes up and operational costs increase for manufacturers. The price of old corrugated containers (OCC) is another volatile figure. […]

The Rebox Environmental Certificate: What You Need To Know And Why Your Business Needs It

Posted On: June 12, 2018 / Written by Brian Young, Chief Operating Officer

Making a change to benefit the environment is fairly easy. Tracking exactly how that change contributes to a healthier planet is a far more difficult task. How are you supposed to know how much water you’re saving by taking shorter showers? Or the amount of waste you’re reducing by composting? It’s next to impossible to […]

How To Save Trees So That Trees Can Save Money And Energy

Posted On: June 5, 2018 / Written by Keith Primeau, Chief Administrative Officer

Trees save cities. No, we’re not saying that in a “trees improve urban living” or “trees are an important part of the environment” kind of way. Trees literally save cities in numerous ways, including saving on money. Don’t believe us? There’s scientific proof. A team of researchers led by Dr. David Nowak of the USDA […]

5 Real Reasons Why Manufacturers Are Getting Rid Of Box Balers

Posted On: May 29, 2018 / Written by Jordan Biberkraut, Operations Manager

Box balers are a staple piece of machinery for almost every manufacturing plant. But balers are also archaic equipment, unneeded in the modern world, a fact recognized by many manufacturers. Thanks to corrugated cardboard boxes (OCC) reuse services, the need for box balers is eliminated. Over 300 companies in North America have already gotten rid […]