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Recycling

Rooms To Go Celebrates 20+ Years of Going Green

At Rooms To Go, going green is more than just a fad, it's a way of life. Rooms To Go employees are proud of our corporate philosophy advocating the effects of recycling on our environment, from the corporate level to the individual associate. Each can have a positive and sustainable impact on our environment.

2015

As Rooms To Go continues our success in the furniture industry, the company's recycling efforts have prevented over 270,000 tons of solid waste from entering the landfill.

2015

A state-of-the-art recycling center within the newest distribution center in Dunn, N.C. further reduces the company's environmental footprint.

2006

A Styrofoam recycling program was introduced giving the company the ability to recover all four of the main recyclable conditions to the effective program.

1999

A wood recycling program is introduced to the effective program.

1996

The successful recycling program, which recovered 800 tons of cardboard waste in its first year, is expanded to include plastics.

1992

Rooms To Go's first cardboard recycling program launches with the goal of reducing the amount of solid waste sent straight to the landfill. A 39 person team is appointed to sort out cardboard waste from the left over packaging sent back the distribution center following furniture deliveries.


Recycling Center 1992 - Seffner, FL: 800 tons of cardboard, amounting to 60% of all cardboard waste. 1996 - Began plastic recycling. 2000 - Florida and Georgia: 3,300 tons. 75% of all our cardboard recovered. 65% of all our plastic recovered. 2015 - Florida, Georgia, Texas, Louisiana and North Carolina: Cardboard 18,704 tons. Plastic 2,593 tons. Styrofoam 980 tons. Wood 5,003 tons.
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