Plastic boxes can be designed to meet a range of strength and durability standards for a given application. Packaged lunches on sale in grocery stores may be intended for single consumer use. Other containers that are used for long-term or repeated storage of foods can be made to withstand the high heat of a consumer dishwasher. A plastic box could also be used for shipping and distribution of products across long distances. Plastic boxes designed for applications in the healthcare industry can be sterile and non-porous, contributing to a healthier clinic or hospital environment. There are few differences between plastic boxes and plastic tubs or bins. The word "box" implies a smaller size than the word tub or bin along with a flat-walled, cube, or rectangle-shaped construction. This can be true, though plastic boxes can be designed in many configurations. Moving isn’t always great for the environment. All those cardboard boxes add up, and even if you’re making sure to recycle them properly, you’re still left with plenty of not-so-easy to recycle materials like packing tape and plastic wrap. Luckily, there’s a better way to make moving more planet-friendly: plastic moving boxes and plastic moving crates. Plastic moving boxes and plastic moving crates are an environmentally-sound alternative to your typical cardboard boxes. They boast some other big benefits as well. They’re stronger, sturdier, and easier to stack than your typical cardboard boxes, and they’re not going to get damaged by leaks or a bumpy ride in transit. Plus, no packing tape is required. And, the boxes are usually made from recycled materials.
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