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Posted by: Don Johnston on 7/21/03 Title: 35 mm plastic slide boxes
Postnum: 4 EntryID:20
I have several hundred 35 mm plastic slide boxes which do not have a recycling number in the triangular symbol.As such, they would likely not be accepted by the blue box company. The boxes are semi-translucent, like a ketchup bottle but are a somewhat harder type of plastic. Designed to hold 36 slides. Sometimes called a 'clamshell' box. They appear to be made in Canada. Photo-finishers will not take them back. Any suggestions as to what can be done with them, recycling-wise? Thanks, Don

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Posted by: mohammad on 8/13/03 Title: Re: 35 mm plastic slide boxes
Postnum: 4 EntryID:41
They are HDPE.(High ensity poly ethylene) triangle No. 2

Posted by: Barry @ SKR on 1/17/04 Title: Re: 35 mm plastic slide boxes
Postnum: 4 EntryID:142
If you can forward a photograph, we might be able to make use of them. Where are you located?


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