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A Complete Guide to Selling Cardboard Bales in Lombard, Illinois

If you are looking for a way to save money and make money at the same time, selling cardboard bales for your Lombard, Illinois business might be just the opportunity you are looking for. If your company acquires a lot of shipping cardboard, baling your corrugated cardboard can bring in extra income. Cardboard bales are large squares of corrugated cardboard that are bundled together with straps or metal wire. They are often recycled to make new cardboard, saving landfill space and trees. Selling cardboard bales is a simple way your Lombard, Illinois business can make extra money on your otherwise, would be, garbage and your company becomes greener by saving trees and landfill space by selling your cardboard bales to be recycled.

What are cardboard bales?

Cardboard is the most recycled material in the world. With over 22 million tons of recycled paper and cardboard generated in the US alone, this is a great way for your Lombard, Illinois business to earn money while also saving money. Traditionally, cardboard is sold in bulk to recyclers and then sold to the paper mills, from which it is made into new cardboard.

Selling cardboard bales in Lombard, Illinois

Selling your cardboard bales in Lombard, Illinois does not have to be that complicated, and it does not take any special skills. In fact, one call to Commercial Waste Systems and we can get you all setup.  It is pretty easy; you just have to bale the cardboard with wire or straps and have a cardboard box or pallet for it to sit on for transport. So, what makes cardboard bales such an attractive option for those looking for extra cash? For one, your Lombard, Illinois business is already producing the product, why not become greener and make an income from it?

 

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Who to sell your cardboard bales to in Lombard, Illinois

You can sell cardboard bales to Commercial Waste Systems in Lombard, Illinois. We buy your Lombard, Illinois cardboard bales in bulk from any Lombard, Illinois business. We only buy in bulk from commercial establishments. Bulk is anywhere from 5-15 bales of corrugated cardboard; this is less than a truckload but we also service businesses with truckload quantities and/or multiple truckloads. No matter the volume of cardboard bales your Lombard, Illinois business produces we can service it with prompt, reliable service.

How to sell cardboard bales in Lombard, Illinois

Unlike any other business, selling your cardboard bales is easy. Just contact Commercial Waste Systems today and we will walk you through the process. From balers, storage, and schedules we will personalize a plan that is right for your business.

About Commercial Waste Systems

Commercial Waste Systems is a family-owned business with over 40 years in the recycling and wastepaper industry.  We are a full-service company offering cardboard bale pick up in truckload and less than truckload quantities at dock or ground-level, baler sales, bale ties and baler repair services.

Our company personally markets all quantities of paper which it purchases.  This personal level of attention carries through all facets of contact a customer has with our company from the first phone call through payment.  In addition, we believe in accountability.  Our customers get receipts for their bales which are easily matched up at the time of payment.

 

Lombard About

Lombard is a village in DuPage County, Illinois and a suburb of Chicago. Lombard is located at 41°52′34″N 88°0′54″W. Lombard has a total area of 10.449 square miles, of which 10.25 square miles is land and 0.199 square miles is water.

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Lombard, Illinois Information

William LeRoy built a home in the Italianate style on Lombard’s Main Street in 1881. LeRoy specialized in making artificial limbs for civil war veterans and lived in this house until 1900. The house would eventually become the home of Harold Gray’s parents and the studio of Harold Gray, the originator of Little Orphan Annie cartoon strip. Harold Gray used the home’s study to work on the Annie cartoons, and some features of the house are drawn into some of his cartoons, such as the grand staircase and the outer deck. Gray lived at 215 S. Stewart Ave in Lombard at this time.