Title: [GreenYes] Recycling by mail
Recycline has a program for people to mail in their used tootbrushes (to be
incorporated into plastic lumber). The toothbrushes are made from PP.
This link should work for information about mailback.
http://recycline.com/environment/index.html If not, go to www.recycline.com
and click on their products, and then toothbrushes.
On 4/16/08 4:47 AM, "GreenYes group" <email@example.com> wrote:
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> Date: Tues, Apr 15 2008 1:13 pm
> From: "Sue Bush"
> Dear Recycling Professionals,
> I am working with a client that would like to implement a mail-in recycling
> I am not at liberty to discuss what would be recycled, but I can say it is
> an item that is not hazardous in any way, and one that some curbside
> programs would accept, but others would not. The program could be what I'm
> calling an individual or group program. Individual - consumers gather a few
> recyclable items, then mail in, or a group program, where schools or other
> organizations collect, then mail (or ship via UPS) a larger container in.
> The program would be intended to "bridge the gap" where the product is not
> recyclable in local programs.
> I would appreciate any feedback from recycling professionals regarding their
> experience with and/or opinion of mail-in (ship-in) recycling programs, any
> tips, concerns, etc.
> Please feel free to email me directly -- I'd be happy to share info
> w/others, but I'm not sure everyone on the list is interested...
> Thanks in advance!
> Susan Bush