Keep Tahoe Blue is committed to reducing our footprint. Please help us by recycling, reusing or properly disposing our packaging contents received with your order.
Poly mailers are made of recycled #4 poly and have two peel & press strips. Please reuse your mailer as much as possible before disposing.
Not all curbside services will accept number #4. However, many stores offer a drop-off bin, the same for plastic grocery bags.
Yes! Our padded Kraft (brown paper) mailers are made from 100% recycled content, are curbside recyclable and naturally biodegradable.
Reuse as much as possible before sending them to the curb!
We use eco-friendly shipping labels that are 100% curbside recyclable.
Yes. It is also the easiest to reuse!
Our tissue paper is FSC certified, chlorine and acid free, making it recyclable, biodegradable, and compostable!
Kraft packing paper is made from 100% recycled content and is recyclable, biodegradable and compostable.
Kraft and tissue paper are also great for children's craft and art projects, wrapping gifts, or protective fill for moving and storage.
Yes! When we can, we will reuse packaging our office or staff has received, including boxes, bubble wrap, newspapers and mailers.
We encourage you to do the same!
If we send a compostable mailer, do not place it in your recycling bin.
Compostable mailers are certified for at-home or facility composting. Remove any labels or adhesives before disposing.
You can also use them as weed liners in your garden!
Yes. Both are curbside accepted.
The tube is made from recycled paper materials. The plastic caps are #2 plastic(HDPE), the same plastic used for items like milk jugs or shampoo bottles.
These tubes are also great for storage or craft projects!
Unless reused(branded), all of our boxes are made with 100% recycled content and are curbside accepted after removing tape.
Reuse your boxes as many times as possible for personal shipping needs, moving, storage, or children's crafts.
Reuse, reuse, reuse.
Many will reuse bubble wrap for safe storing, moving, craft projects, even baking!
When you are ready to dispose, take to a designated bin, such as a store or recycling facility.