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Recycling Tips for Your Summer Trips

Summer is a time to kick back, relax, and spend as much time outside as possible. Whether you plan to hike in the mountains or head to the beach, a summer vacation is the perfect reward for working hard all year long. The only challenge is ensuring that you’re not so relaxed you forget about [...]

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5 Fun Recycled Craft Projects Just in Time for Summer

At Carolina Fibre Corporation, we’re passionate about recycling. While we focus recycling paper, plastic, and aluminum in our 40,000 square foot facility, we also love creative ideas for giving new life to old things. Today, we’re sharing five fun DIY projects sourced from Pinterest that are perfect for summer. These crafts will keep the kids [...]

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Be a Part of Something Big by Recycling

“Recycle” is a word we use often at Carolina Fibre Corporation, but have you ever paused to consider what it actually means? According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, to recycle is “to make something new from something that has been used before.” This idea of recycling can also be pictured as circular process—items, when recycled properly, [...]

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5 Facts You Need to Know About Earth Day

Ever year when April 22nd rolls around, the world throws a big party for one thing we all share in common—our planet! It’s called Earth Day, and while you’ve probably heard of it, how much do you actually know? It doesn’t matter if you’re an Earth Day expert or a brand new arrival to our [...]

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Carolina Fibre Attends the Annual Plastics Recycling Conference

At Carolina Fibre Corporation, recycling is our top priority, which means it’s important to stay on top of the latest issues and trends facing our industry. This is precisely why our vice president, Keith Ayscue, recently attended the Plastics Recycling conference in New Orleans. The Plastics Recycling conference is one of the biggest meetings for [...]

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Resolve to Recycle More in 2016

The New Year is a time to take stock of your life, focus on your goals, and improve yourself however you see fit. Sometimes this means resolving to adopt healthier habits, like eating more vegetables or joining a gym. Other times it means setting a goal to improve your life, such as watching less television [...]

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5 Creative Ways to Recycle Your Christmas Tree

One of our favorite parts of Christmas is the tree. From picking it out, to bringing it home, to decorating it with ornaments that have been cherished and passed down from generation to generation, the Christmas tree never fails to bring a smile to our faces. No matter how much we love our tree, however, [...]

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Creating Recycling Solutions Using the 5 Ps

At Carolina Fibre Corporation, we don’t see recycling as an individual thing a single person does. Instead, we view it as a process that can be explained by the five Ps—People, Product, Place, Price, and Promotions. Today we’re going to explain how each of these Ps plays a part in the amazing process of recycling. [...]

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How to “Green” Your Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner. While most of us know that ghosts and ghouls aren’t real, other things, like pollution, litter, and waste, are downright scary! To keep our planet from looking like a haunted house during this holiday, why not “green” your Halloween? If you’re wondering how to have a more earth-friendly spookfest, [...]

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5 Things You Didn’t Know Were Recyclable

Paper. Plastic. Glass. Aluminum. When we think about recycling, these are the materials that first come to mind. In reality, there are tons of wacky and wonderful things that can be given a second life—if we’re willing to think outside the box and get creative. Below are five things you probably didn’t know were recyclable. [...]

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