May be referred to as a ‘shirt box’
The lid can be full or part depth.
The tray may be used with an acetate lid or with a sleeve to produce a ‘shell and slide’.

Our double walled glued box and lids are popular for a wide range of clients and the good news is that they are entirely environmentally friendly. Cardboard is one of the most common packaging materials used in the world today. From shipping boxes to cereal boxes, cardboard is everywhere. But what happens to all that cardboard after it has served its purpose? Can cardboard be recycled? The short answer is yes, cardboard can absolutely be recycled. In fact, recycling cardboard is not only possible, but it is also one of the most environmentally friendly things you can do.

Recycling cardboard has numerous benefits for the environment. Here are a few reasons why recycling cardboard is important:

  • Conserves Resources: Recycling cardboard helps to conserve natural resources such as trees, water, and energy. By recycling cardboard, we can reduce the need to cut down more trees for paper production.
  • Reduces Landfill Waste: Cardboard takes up a significant amount of space in landfills. By recycling cardboard, we can reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfills.
  • Reduces Greenhouse Gas Emissions: When cardboard is sent to landfills, it decomposes and releases methane, a potent greenhouse gas. Recycling cardboard helps to reduce these emissions and combat climate change.

How to Recycle Cardboard?

Recycling cardboard is a simple process that anyone can do. Here are some steps to help you recycle cardboard effectively:

  1. Break Down the Cardboard: Before recycling cardboard, make sure to break down the boxes to save space and make it easier for recycling facilities to process.
  1. Check for Contamination: Remove any plastic, tape, or other non-cardboard materials from the boxes. Contaminated cardboard cannot be recycled.
  1. Find a Recycling Center: Most cities and towns have recycling centers or curbside pickup programs that accept cardboard. Check with your local recycling facility to find out how they prefer you to recycle cardboard.
Cardboard carton printer and Cardboard carton manufacturer. Cartons with headers DOUBLE WALL GLUED BOX AND LID. Tams Packaging.

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