Creatively Recycling Paperboard Roll Cores…

Recycling is one of the most important keys to solving the world’s solid waste problems. Because landfills are filling Cat Condos from Coresup and disposal costs have risen sharply, alternative waste elimination programs have become necessary for industry throughout the world.

Thoro Packaging realizes its responsibility to the environment and recycles all paperboard and related waste generated during the manufacturing process.

Reusing materials is an easy and fun way to produce less waste. A local company uses our paper roll cores in the design and manufacturing of the ultimate chic and modern cat furniture. The thick cardboard tubes previously went to the landfill, but now they provide homes for happy felines all throughout Southern California and beyond, enhancing their lives and the people that love them.

Thoro diverts approximately 32 tons of roll cores per year from landfills, through re-purposing and recycling.

 

By |2019-08-27T13:34:25-07:00March 21, 2014|Sustainability|0 Comments

Thoro Packaging Goes the Distance for NEUTROGENA®

Johnson & Johnson recently profiled Thoro Packaging in an online piece about delivering quality, diversity and Janet Steinersustainability. You can read the entire article here by clicking on the image.

“If we provide great products and services at a competitive price, and we happen to be woman-owned,” everybody wins.”

~ Janet Steiner, President-CEO, Thoro Packaging

By |2019-08-27T13:34:34-07:00March 12, 2014|Kudos, News & Press Releases, Sustainability|0 Comments

TICCIT 2014 is Coming!

TICCIT 2014 is ComingThoro Packaging is Helping Local Schools Celebrate Earth Day
Seeking local schools to benefit from the TICCIT Program

Corona, CA, March 6, 2014/Thoro Packaging/  Every year, Thoro Packaging visits local elementary schools in the Inland Empire, in honor of Earth Day and Arbor Day, as part of the Paperboard Packaging Council’s TICCIT Program (“Trees Into Cartons, Cartons Into Trees”), to educate students on paper, trees, and recycling. Thoro is currently seeking schools to participate in the 2014 program being held the week of April 21-25. All costs are covered by Thoro, as their way to give back to our community, planet, and future generations.

The President  of Thoro and her staff, visit 3rd, 4th and 5th grade classrooms, to present the TICCIT Program which promotes tree planting as a way to highlight the need for recycling paperboard products. The students will learn about the life cycle of a tree, the natural renewability and sustainability of paper, as well as the benefits of recycling. Each school receives […]

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