Sustainable Furnishings Built to Perform
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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We are able to learn about your struggles, goals, and specific requirements to design the perfect bin.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Time Is a Terrible Thing to Waste
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Our panel of experts weigh in on everything from conducting a waste audit to branding your sustainability program.
Make the Most of Sponsorship Opportunities at Sports Venues
Our Max-R experts have worked with stadiums and arenas throughout the country. While the events and venues may change, we continually learn from our customers that there are similar talking points that every entertainment facility must understand: the fan experience, revenue generation, sustainability and branding. Our team is here to work with you to incorporate the latest trends and offer our expertise on how the best venues answer these questions.
Organic Waste: Part 3
Photo by Marek Studzinski on Unsplash In part one and part two of this post, we established that people with a variety of goals all agree that organics is the next big thing. And in part
Organic Waste: Part 2
Photo by Dylan de Jonge on Unsplash What you start with is what you get. In part one of this post, we established that people with a variety of goals all agree that organics is the