Circular Economy

How community cardboard shredding in Hawaii is helping residents, businesses and the environment

US citizens throw away 67.4 million tons of cardboard each year. Image: UNSPLASH/Jon Moore

Libby Leonard

Freelance Writer, Ecowatch

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'Circle Pack is a grassroots effort in Hawaii to turn cardboard waste into usable material for farmers to improve soil quality.' Image: Circle Pack
Residents and businesses drop off hundreds of pounds of clean cardboard. Image: Circle Pack
Cardboard is used by farmers and gardeners. Image: Circle Pack
The core message of Circle Park is 'how do we bring our relationship with nature into better harmony?' Image: Circle Pack
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