Terracycle's 'zero-waste boxes' hit the US market

Madeleine Cuff
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Terracycle's 'zero-waste boxes' hit the US market

US customers can now purchase 'zero-waste boxes' from office supplier Staples, to fill with assortment of household and office waste for recycling

US consumers will now be easily able to recycle anything from coffee capsules to old lightbulbs following the arrival of "zero-waste boxes" to the US market. Recycling specialists Terracycle's zero-waste...

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