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Drawing a green line from point a to point b

Here’s a novel idea that just makes so much sense I can’t believe it wasn’t already established before Spencer Brown founded Rent A Green Box in 2005:

all our moving boxes can be recylced, reused, and completely sustainable.

Spencer’s company drops off their zero-waste moving boxes, aka “Recopacks,” a week before you move, and picks them up a week after you relocate.  The Recopacks are actually more like “negative-waste” products, since they’re composed only of plastics pulled from local landfills.  They are practically indestructible and each spares 12 trees.

Photo Courtesy of OC Metro’s feature on the 2010 Green Team.  Check it out for more local company’s like Spencer Brown’s Rent A Green Box, who are gaining attention for their attention to our world.

The good doesn’t stop there.  The Rent A Green Box delivery trucks are the largest alternative-fueled fleet in California, and the Recopacks are supplemented by 9 other green moving products, all changing the experience of moving as we, and our earth, know it.

Good Happens.

Peace Grl Out.

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2 thoughts on “Drawing a green line from point a to point b

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