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Going Green and Going Back to School: Tips for School Lunches

There are so many small, simple changes we can make that will have a big impact on the environment. And back-to-school season is the perfect opportunity to think about safe, non-toxic and earth-friendly lunch ware for children. Here are some tips for “greening” your child’s school lunches. Reuse Sandwich Bags According to the Sierra Club, […]

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Carolina Fibre: Strategic Sustainability Consulting

Companies that invest in sustainability are the ones that effectively withstand resource limitations. Earlier this month we discussed the vast and various benefits of integrating green habits and practices into your business. From reducing company costs, reducing waste and positioning your organization in the best light, maximizing your sustainability initiatives enable your organization to be […]

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Sustainability: Why Going Green Is Good For Your Business

There are many reasons for your business to go green. Aside from the positive impact you’ll have on the earth, you can effectively lower your operating costs, inspire others to be proactive in their sustainability efforts, attract new business, and reduce waste. Take the first steps towards going green by reframing your perspective and considering […]

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Carolina Fibre Attends the Carolina Recycling Association’s 24th Annual Conference and Tradeshow

Members of our team attended the Carolina Recycling Association’s (CRA) 24th Annual Conference and Trade Show last week at the Omni Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina. The CRA has been in the business of advancing waste reduction and recycling in the Carolinas since 1989 and is maintained by multi-national corporations, small businesses, local […]

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Carolina Fibre Corporation Attends the Southeast Recycling Conference and Trade Show

Earlier this week, members of our team attended the 26th Southeast Recycling Conference and Trade Show (SERC) at the Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa in Destin, Florida. The SERC is the provider of the premier forum that informs the public and private sectors of the significance of recycling and waste reduction. Like Carolina […]

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Three Simple Steps to Set Up a Corporate Recycling Program

Interested in setting up a recycling program for your company in Greensboro or the Triad area? We are here to help guide you from the very beginning. Just follow the steps listed below. First, analyze all the different types of items you are discarding. Consider office paper, magazines, newspapers, textbooks, cardboard, aluminum cans, glass containers, […]

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A Visit to the Solid Waste Authority in Palm Beach County, FL

Our team recently visited the Solid Waste Authority (SWA) of Palm Beach County, Florida – one of our suppliers! We really enjoyed touring their Recovered Materials Processing Facility (RMPF) and wanted to share more information about this award-winning facility with you. The SWA constructed the new, $40 Million, 138,000 square foot RMPF in October of […]

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Decrease your Environmental Footprint and Increase your Savings with a Custom Recycling Program

Large or small, and whatever your industry, every company can increase its sustainability with a recycling program. And making sustainability a company objective isn’t just a trend; it’s about reducing negative human impact and enhancing the ecosystem. Sustainability also protects your bottom line. The team at Carolina Fibre Corporation specializes in evaluating your specific company […]

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Paper Recycling in Greensboro NC

There are 3 categories of paper that can be used for making recycled paper. These categories include paper trimmings and scrap, newspaper, textbooks, cardboard and office paper. Paper recycling in Greensboro NC is an essential part to reducing the amount of waste in landfills especially with a readily available demand for recycled paper products.

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