Carbon Neutral Shredding, owner Ian Chandler, in his truck with shredded coffee cups.

Featured on toronto.com!

Carbon Neutral Shredding and StackitNOW.ca are proud to be featured in toronto.com and the North York Mirror, along with our client Jubilee United Church! Way to go Jubilee United community for recycling your coffee cups and helping the environment! Click here for toronto.com article ...

20September
2019
Flodraulic

Congratulations FLODRAULIC! First pick up of 400 cups!

First pick-up of about 400 coffee cups at FLODRAULIC in Georgetown. A longstanding client of Carbon Neutral Shredding, Lisa took on the job of starting and managing the collection of cups. So congratulations Lisa…you’re making a difference in the Carbon footprint of your workplace! ...

03October
2019
401 Richmond

Congratulations 401 RICHMOND! 2000 cups in a month!

First of month, 401 Richmond gets their shredding/coffee cup collector’s “harvested”. July’s yield about 2000 cups along with paper for shredding. Fantastic participation by tenants and their employees. An iconic, re-claimed building by Urbanspace Property . Way to go 401 Richmond community!   ...

20September
2019
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coffee cups can be recycled

Coffee Cups CAN be recycled!

Huffington Post published a misleading article as to why coffee cups aren’t recyclable and here is the link: https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/…/coffee-cups-recycling-plast… For starters, cups are made from highest quality bleached kraft and of course food grade. Hardly what you describe as cardboard. Suggesting the cups liner might be wax means no ...

20September
2019