Domino’s is working to educate people that even the greasiest of boxes (where 20% of the total weight is grease!) can go through most city’s recycling systems with no issue.
If you’ve long tossed your pizza boxes into the trash, figuring—along with many other Americans—that the grease and cheese leftover on the cardboard meant it couldn’t be recycled, Domino’s wants you to think again. It turns out that nearly three quarters of U.S. residents have a recycling program that accepts pizza boxes, and some grease and cheese stuck to the cardboard doesn’t affect the quality of the recycled product.
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