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Hobart, Indiana Cardboard Recycling Saves Money

Removing cardboard from your regular waste stream saves money on your trash collection cost. You can make money by separating your cardboard and selling it. Call Commercial Waste Systems today to find out how.

Over 40 years ago We began in the recycling and wastepaper industry and our success allowed us to expand to become a full-service company for our clients. Our success gave Commercial Waste Systems the ability to include cardboard recycling, shredding services, product destruction, and transportation services. Whatever waste or transportation needs your Hobart business may have contact CWS today to see how we can help; we love talking to people and helping the environment and businesses along the way. You can reach us at 888-429-7622.

Bulk Cardboard Recycling for Hobart Businesses

If your Hobart, Indiana business produces a large amount of cardboard waste, Commercial Waste Systems can help save you money with our Reliable, Efficient and Local cardboard recycling program. 90% of all products in the U.S. are being shipped in corrugated boxes and 90% of that comes from the commercial business sector. All businesses use a great deal of cardboard no-matter the industry, manufacturing, automotive, healthcare, education and more. As a Hobart business you will find that it is cost-effective to bale the cardboard, rather than taking up space in a dumpster. Recycling and baling your corrugated cardboard can become a revenue stream for your Hobart business.

 

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Hobart, Indiana Cardboard Recycling

Here at Commercial Waste Systems, we provide Reliable, Efficient and Local Hobart commercial waste cardboard recycling. There are roughly 100 billion cardboard boxes produced each year in the United States. By recycling your cardboard waste, you can help reduce our carbon footprint. One ton of recycled cardboard saves 46 gallons of oil and 9 cubic yards of landfill space.

Cardboard Recycling for Companies in Hobart

Does your company produce a lot of cardboard waste? Commercial Waste Systems has a solution for your Hobart business, cardboard recycling. Cardboard recycling is an environmentally friendly process that keeps corrugated cardboard and paperboard out of the landfills. Corrugated cardboard is typically what cardboard boxes are made from and paperboard makes things like shoe boxes and cereal boxes. Most cardboard can be recycled such as paperboard, boxes, plates, tubes but contaminated boxes with oil or grease cannot be made into a high-quality cardboard.

Why should you recycle cardboard in Hobart?

Cardboard recycling in Hobart, Indiana is environmentally friendly because it reduces landfill space, saves oil, and saves trees. To make one ton of cardboard, it requires three tons of wood, think about that. Three tons of a natural product to make one ton of a man-made product. This is the number one reason your Hobart business should be recycling cardboard waste, recycling cardboard waste produces new cardboard and saves trees. A single cardboard fiber can be recycled seven times, but you cannot recycle cardboard forever because the paper fibers get shorter every time. However, you can add new paper fibers to the cardboard pulp during the recycling process to strengthen the material before producing new cardboard.

Hobart About

Hobart was platted in 1849. George Earle, an English immigrant bought land from the Potawatomi Native American tribe, who built a dam on Deep River, creating Lake George. He named the settlement that later developed into Hobart, after his brother, Frederick Hobart Earle, who never left England.

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Hobart, Indiana Information

Hobart is also home to the super-regional Southlake Mall near the intersection of U.S. Route 30 and Interstate 65. and many surrounding retailers and restaurants, although most businesses along the south side of Hobart are required to list their addresses as Merrillville. This area was historically an unincorporated section of Ross Township prior to a 1993 annexation by the city of Hobart and is served by the Merrillville post office.

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