Mixed recycling is a common sorting requirement across the U.S. This form of sorting allows all major materials to be collected together: paper, cardboard, glass, cans and tin and plastic bottles & jugs. Definition of the Term: The term "Mixed Recycling" was chosen because the national general public readily understands what Mixed Recycling is implying. Where as other terms which might be used in certain communities such as; Single Sort, Single Stream, Co-Mingled, are not as easily understood throughout society as a whole.
Mixed - Standardized Recycling Label 5.5" x 8.5"
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Please allow 7 days for delivery. Custodial strength vinyl labels.
Information About the Label Material: These are high-tack, long-wearing, cleanable, adhesive labels printed on 3.4-mil flexible industrial vinyl. These labels adhere to polycarbonate, polyesters, polyethylenes, polypropylenes and most other clean and dry surfaces. They are created specifically to withstand custodial and industrial use.
Important: If you have Toter brand bins, labels do not adhere well to their bins. From the Toter manager of product development "Our carts have a textured surface and are made of polyethylene, which has a low surface energy. So most adhesive will not stick to them."