Sustainable Furnishings Built to Perform

made in the USA from recycled material

1 Billion Milk Jugs
Reclaimed by 2030

Be a Part of Something Bigger with Us

Each purchase made from Max-R Lumber™ contributes to our goal of 1 BILLION milk jugs saved from landfills and oceans. Approximately 1200 milk jugs are saved with each bin.

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Sustainability Focused

Recycled Plastic Makes Perfect

Every furnishing tells its sustainability story from concept to completion. See how our Max-R Lumber™ stacks up.
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Design Flexibility

Match Your Aesthetic

Our factory is your factory. Create a bin tailored to your sustainability needs and coordinate across your property with furniture and other furnishings for a unique, welcoming experience.
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Built to Last

Invest Once

A single purchase of products built with our signature recycled plastic lumber will last longer than the competition.
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The Process

from concept to final product

We are able to learn about your struggles, goals, and specific requirements to design the perfect bin.

Discover

Our expert staff will talk through your sustainability pain points.

Concept

We start to pre-visualize the initial rough idea.

Visualize

3D renderings and engineering drawings take it a step further.

Build

Solutions are hand-built by our manufacturing team.

Discover
Our expert staff will talk through your sustainability pain points.
Concept
We start to pre-visualize the initial rough idea.
Visualize
3D renderings and engineering drawings take it a step further.
Build
Solutions are hand-built by our manufacturing team.
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Proven Solutions

You're in Good Company

Since getting our start in 1997 within the golf industry, our customers turn to us as a trusted resource to help them grow their business that elevate the customer experience. We’re fortunate to have worked with some of the best brands in the world.

Carleton College | Sister Bay Outdoor Furniture
Case Study

Carleton College

When Carleton College wanted to enhance their patio areas for their students and faculty, they made the easy decision to partner with Max-R and our newly-acquired outdoor furniture lineup from Sister Bay Furniture. Best of all, they were able to coordinate with their existing Max-R receptacles.

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Subaru Park

As the first zero-landfill stadium in Major League Soccer, Subaru Park and Philadelphia Union employed Max-R bins to help drive their zero-landfill goals.

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Ball Arena

When Kroenke Sports & Entertainment partnered with Ball Corporation as their Official and Exclusive Sustainability Partner, they announced the ambitious goal of transiting Ball Arena to aluminum beverage packaging for 100% of the venue’s concessions. To engage fans and create an efficient means of collection, Ball Arena came to Max-R to design the venue’s new waste and recycle stations.

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Latest Posts

Our panel of experts weigh in on everything from conducting a waste audit to branding your sustainability program.

organic waste part 1 max-r
Compost
Roger Guzowski

Organic Waste: Part 1

Several states have been targeting food waste for several years with rules that get more restrictive each year and impact smaller and smaller generators. If you are reading this, it may be that these rules have finally reached your business or institution. In California, the threshold is now down to folks who generate two cubic yards of waste (which includes the total of trash, recycling or composting that you generate).

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avoidant disposal fees
Logistics
Roger Guzowski

Understanding Avoided Disposal Fees

Although avoided disposal fees are an important financial justification on a microeconomic level for many collection programs, avoided landfill disposal fees have nothing to do with how recycling or composting works on a macroeconomic level.

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Compost
Roger Guzowski

Process vs Recovery Part 2 – Organics

In part one of this post, I talked about the difference between treatment and recovery.  Treatments are processes applied to a material or combination of materials.  Recovery is the type, quality and quantity of commodities that are recovered from applying that process.  That is an important distinction, especially when you hear about various treatments for managing organics.  

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