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  • Bounce Energy

    This cool infographic shows you how can you save electricity, energy & landfill space by #recycling your moving boxes!

  • Nick Chambers

    June 1st is the most popular moving day for most of the US.  If you’re moving this Summer, pay attention to this infographic.  Be responsible.

  • Deirdre Breakenridge

    For all of my friends who are going green ... here's an infographic on how you can save trees by recycling moving boxes.

  • Junk Removal

    Save Trees, Recycle Your Moving Boxes [INFOGRAPHIC] #reduce #reuse #recycle #upcycle #repurpose #infographic #moving #boxes #recycle #environmental #upcycle

  • Leslie Allen

    Just in time for the upcoming #EarthDay, this #infographic examines the life cycle of a moving box and reveals how many trees, gallons of oil and water, kilowatts of energy, gallons of air pollution and cubic yards of landfill can be saved by recycling :)

  • Mandy Jurick

    Keep our mother Earth happy

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