Cardboard Boxes-Reuse and Recycle – Make Money

I got this comment about cardboard boxes and how to Rescue for Reuse. Considering the fact that Craigslist has at least 6 people giving away moving boxes- this might be a good opportunity to collect and resell! 

Went to Used Cardboard Boxes to check it out! This is what they say:

“Please help us keep the trees in the forest and boxes off our streets! If you are a business that collects at least 1,000 of the same size quality used boxes on a monthly basis, we can often purchase your boxes at a higher rate than your existing recycler. If you would like to see if we are able to purchase your boxes, please complete the form below. We will contact you within three business days, if we are able to purchase your boxes”

Rescue, Resell, Recycle™ 

UsedCardboardBoxes.com takes an innovative approach to providing low-cost, earth-friendly moving boxes. We “rescue” truckloads of quality used boxes from large companies that might otherwise recycle them or simply throw them away. We bring the boxes back to one of our regional distribution centers where they are inspected and sorted by size and shape. Boxes that meet our strict requirements for quality, shape and strength are pre-packed (along with convenient accessories) into our low-cost, earth-friendly “stacks” and “kits”. We then “resell” those boxes to customers all across North America, via our website. We offer free shipping on any residential order and guarantee delivery in 1-2 business days. As we like to say, “you don’t have cut down a tree to make a used cardboard box!” 

UsedCardboardBoxes.com strives to be a zero-waste company. We “recycle” any boxes that don’t meet our strict quality, shape and strength criteria by sending them to a traditional recycling company. UsedCardboardBoxes.com is a win/win/win/win/win: for our suppliers, customers, employees, shareholders and the environment! 

Many people think using a cardboard box once and sending it to the traditional recycler is the most responsible way to help the environment. In fact, we feel that most boxes that are sent to recycler are actually being prematurely terminated! The process of recycling cardboard boxes requires a great deal of energy, chemicals and emissions that have their own negative impact on our environment not to mention all the trees that still have to be cut down to make new boxes (even if they are advertised as containing some recycled content). At UsedCardboardBoxes.com, we feel strongly that is it better to reuse a cardboard box at least once, before it is sent to a traditional recycler. By offering quality used cardboard boxes for less and providing free shipping anywhere in the US, we help our customers SAVE TIME, SAVE MONEY, SAVE TREES™ .

Also Try Boxcycle- BoxCycle makes listing, buying, and selling used boxes simple and efficient while providing buyers with lower prices and sellers with higher returns. There are no upfront fees; BoxCycle only makes money after successful sales by deducting a commission before remitting proceeds to the seller.

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Comments

  1. Jacob Cook says

    Hello, my name is Jacob Cook. I work for a recycling company and we may be interested in your boxes that are sent to be recycled.

    Please send me your location and any info you may have on the volume of cardboard recycled monthly.

    Thank’s for your time. I look forward to hearing from you.
    Jacob Cook

  2. phillip says

    hey jacob cook plz can you give me your email to give you my location and info about the boxes that i have i want to sell all the boxes that i have thank you

  3. lloyd says

    490-6625 tons of cardboard names lloyd, wanting to sale it. if interested i live in mason county. about 12 half ton truck loads, if any one is interested.i have been doing my research on prices and now i would like some one who is interested in buying monthly, thanks to all who read, june 8th, 2013.

  4. EcoBirch says

    Hey all we will pay CASH on pick up for all Baled OCC#11 you have we can handle up to 960 tons a month CALL US 615.481.9476

  5. says

    Hi there
    I run my own light haulage business here in Leicester, however I was told by a business friend of mine that there is a market for recycling used cardboard. Can you please let me know if you might be interested in buying used cardboard, and what the price you pay for the card board? And how it works (ie) do I need to drop off the cardboard or do you pick the cardboard up form me
    I wait for your kind response
    Kind regards
    Andy

  6. Bill says

    I have cardboard boxes that I would like to give away on a weekly basis. They are empty boxes that once contained plastic clocks. We get rid of about 300 boxes a month.

    Thanks!

    Bill

  7. D WILLIAMS says

    I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHERE I CAN SELL CARD BOARD AND HOW MUCH IT IS BOUGHT FOR

  8. livingstone says

    Hi I have heaps of used boxes that i want to sell, can you give me the location in Brisbane Queensland Australia where i can take my boxes and sell for cash.. Thanks

  9. Dave says

    Florida.. Just trying to learn more about the cardboard selling.. New to everything trying to start something up..email if you have info on this please

  10. Monica says

    I’m also interested in selling about 6k lbs of baled boxes per month. I’m located in Atlanta, GA. I can be reached at 770.744.2485. Thanks!

  11. joe says

    have plenty of cardboard boxes in Brevard county for sale…cheap!!!!!!!!!!4076676605

  12. francis says

    Hello , My name is Francis , I have been sourcing cartons for more than 3 months and i am able to get around 300 boxes daily. There is very high usage of carton here in Nigeria and its been used for nothing else. anyone interested in shipping should contact me on francisjob62@gmail.com or +2347062283273 0r +2347017728961. lets discuss

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