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Peanuts for business that wants to be green

Rogue Robot receives weekly shipments of games that come well-padded in styrofoam peanuts. The owner, Ryan, wants to know if there’s an environmentally friendly way to dispose of them: another business in downtown Duluth that wants them for their shipping purposes? Some other repurposing? Some safe disposal?

Rogue Robot is taking green seriously, going so far as to suggest I unwrap purchases in the store so the owner can bulk recycle the packaging.

Any suggestions for him?

9 Comments

Karasu

about 2 years ago

I think shipping stores (FedEx, UPS) will take them.

erktheviking

about 2 years ago

Pack & Mail Plus at 4602 Grand Avenue will take packing peanuts.

DaVe

about 2 years ago

The Mail Room on London Road.

in.dog.neato

about 2 years ago

Bring them to Alakef. I might even give you some coffee. It's a win-win.

in.dog.neato

about 2 years ago

Oh wait ... Styrofoam? If they're clean green corn-starch-based ones, I'll take them off your hands.

sean42

about 2 years ago

I work for FedEx express up by the airport and we will take and reuse peanuts. I also know that Andy at Going Postal in Superior will do the same.

secjewl

about 2 years ago

Call or e-mail Security Jewelers and we will pick up. 218-722-6633 | info @ securityjewelers.com

Beverly

about 2 years ago

The UPS stores, one on Central Entrance and the other in the Kenwood shopping center, take them for free. They reuse them to ship items.

ruby2sd4y

about 2 years ago

Many Duluth-Superior Freecycler's will take them too - that's where I get rid of mine, plus they come pick them up!

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