Can a corrugated box help save the planet?
Sustainably sourced and recyclable, Georgia-Pacific's corrugated boxes are anything but run of the mill.
Did you ever wonder whether corrugated boxes are recyclable — or where they come from in the first place?
The fact is, corrugated boxes are far more Earth-friendly than you might imagine.
In this video, Georgia-Pacific, one of North America's leading suppliers of containerboard and corrugated containers, explains why.
For example, GP Corrugated’s fiber sourcing practices are certified to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative® Chain of Custody Standard, so they support sustainable forestry. Most of the company’s containerboard mills are located in areas with abundant timber resources, which means a shorter supply chain and therefore less fuel use.
Corrugated packaging is also recyclable. In fact, corrugated is the most recycled packaging material, with a recovery rate of more than 90 percent.
Georgia-Pacific mills use a mix of virgin and recycled fiber to make containerboard, which is then converted into different types of corrugated packaging.
Watch the video to discover details and find out how many times a box can be recycled.
Learn more about Georgia-Pacific’s packaging products at gppackaging.com.