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  • Isabel Villegas Hurtado

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

  • Lisa Harris

    Save Trees and Recycle Moving Boxes - life cycle

  • G. Bernal Arango

    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.

  • Kelly Longfellow

    Photo: MyMove.com When you make that move across country, you need to take mother earth into consideration.

  • Bounce Energy

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

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