All Waste ( 586-441-4102) is a Shelby Dumpster service that provides information for its clients to begin the process to make recycling easy and automatic that it becomes a habit for ordinary consumers as well as corporate, municipal and governments.
Shelby, MI – The Shelby dumpster company, All Waste is the largest Michigan-based trash and garbage hauling business. It knows that getting customers to recycle everything is an educational process. To its own cause, All Waste is offering incentives to its major clients. In the meantime, the Shelby dumpster giant has suggestions for its thousands of county customers. All Waste wants consumers to know about the following recyclable items: Plastic, Open Top Containers, Metals, Glass and Drink Boxes With a little bit of care much plastic can be recycled, and collection of plastics for recycling is increasing rapidly. Plastic recycling faces one huge problem: plastic types must not be mixed for recycling, yet it is impossible to tell one type from another by sight or touch. Virtually everything made of plastic should be marked with a code. Not all types can actually be recycled. Types 1 and 2 are widely accepted in container form, and type 4 is sometimes accepted in bag form. Code 7 is for mixed or layered plastic with little recycling potential. Open Top Containers (Yogurt, Cottage Cheese, Strawberry Baskets). For decades, the #5 cups have been the bane of the good home recycler. The cups are hard to avoid buying, and mostly useless for recycling. Many curbside collection programs won't complain if these are placed in a bin, but they won't recycle them either. These items and more are easily stored in your Shelby dumpster plastic containers. Glass, steel (or "tin") and aluminum are easy to recognize and recycle. For clarity, a recycling symbol should be present, but most people have little trouble sorting these materials. Glass bottles must not be mixed with other types of glass such as windows, light bulbs, mirrors, glass tableware, Pyrex or auto glass. Ceramics contaminate glass and are difficult to sort out. Clear glass is the most valuable. Mixed color glass is near worthless, and broken glass is hard to sort. Scrap aluminum is accepted in many places. Other metals are rarely accepted. Aseptic Packaging (Drink boxes, soy-milk containers). The square boxes used for liquids are called "Aseptics", the most common brand of which is "Tetra Pak". Aseptics are made from complex layers of plastic, metal and paper. The aseptic industry has spent millions in public education on the issue of aseptic recycling, including distribution of classroom guides and posters like "Drink Boxes are as Good on the Outside as They are on the Inside" and "A Day in the Life of a Drink Box". The actual recycling process, unfortunately, is very expensive and awkward, and is therefore only available in a very few places. Coca-Cola maintains a list of aseptic recyclers, call 1-800-888-6488 for information. Because of the difficulties, only an insignificant fraction of aseptic packages are currently recycled. For more information, or to contact All Waste use: Call 586-441-4102 for your quote from Shelby Dumpster or with email use: TrashTalkingShelby@gmail.com Visit the All Waste Shelby Dumpster website at: http://www.Shelbydumpster.com This Press Release was submitted by Right Now Marketing Group. Shelby Dumpster, Shelby Dumpster service, Shelby Dumpster rental, Shelby Dumpster Company, Shelby Dumpster experts, Company: All Waste, LLC Contact: Sherman Rogers Phone: 586-441-4102 Email: sherman[@]all-waste.com