Southland Disposal and City Terrace Recycling market a wide variety of recovered recyclables.
Give us an opportunity to provide you with a proposal for the purchase of your recyclables.
- Wide variety of containers available
- Pick up, transportation, recycling, and purchase of recyclables
- Permanent or Temporary Services
- Baled or loose materials
- Set monthly or bi-monthly pay rates
Recyclable Paper Grades
- Kraft / Cardboard
- Office Paper
- Pulp Substitutes
- Mixed Paper
Listed below are common paper grades used by the recycling industry.
Old cardboard boxes, chip board (soap and food containers), old brown paperbags, etc.
White paper, computer paper, colored paper and brochures.
pre-consumer waste like printer and box production scrap, unprinted bleach sulphite paper, unprinted white envelopes and pie plates.
A mixture of all paper grades and has the lowest recyclable value.
Has a low value due to glue in the binding process and low quality paper often used.
Recycled Paper Grades
An office recycling program should be designed to collect the majority of available paper. The ideal grade of paper is called “Office Paper #1″. This mixture contains most of the paper found in an office environment while providing the best price.
|Computer paper||Groundwood (newspaper-quality) computer papers|
|White/colored paper||Neon or Goldenrod colors|
|Pastel colored paper||Deep, dark color tones|
|Letterhead paper||Paper-ream wrappers|
|Copier paper||Adhesive, pressure labels|
|Sticky-notes (Post-it's)||Carbon paper|
|Carbonless paper (NCR)||Magazines / catalogs|
|Adding machine tapes||Coated glossy paper|
|Flyers & Advertisements||Phone books|
|Envelopes, white or pastel||Photos|
|(with or without plastic windows)||Brown Kraft envelopes, button & string envelopes, non-tear, plastic envelopes or peel & seal envelopes|
|Food packaging: bags, wax paper, plastic or foil|
|Cups, plates or Styrofoam|
- White paper
- White letterhead
- Copier paper
- Adding machine paper
- Computer paper
- White envelopes
*No window envelopes or clasps
- Color paper
- Paper-ream wrappers
- Carbonless (NCR) paper
- Carbon paper
- Coated /Glossy paper
- Magazines or catalogs
- Phone books
- Tissue or napkins
- Food packaging: bags, wax paper, plastic, foil
- Cups, plates or styrofoam