Green Box


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Green Box

A cardboard box made completely from recycled material. See also: Green energy.
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References in classic literature ?
It was a curious little green box on four wheels, with a low place like a wine-bin for two behind, and an elevated perch for one in front, drawn by an immense brown horse, displaying great symmetry of bone.
To my dear sister Margaret, I give my turkquoise ring (if I get it), also my green box with the doves on it, also my; piece of real lace for her neck, and my sketch of her as a memorial of her 'little girl'.
One young fellow in a green box coat, addressed himself to these dumplings in a most direful manner.
Nature, to a civil-service clerk is, in fact, the sphere of the office; his horizon is bounded on all sides by green boxes; to him, atmospheric changes are the air of the corridors, the masculine exhalations contained in rooms without ventilators, the odor of paper, pens, and ink; the soil he treads is a tiled pavement or a wooden floor, strewn with a curious litter and moistened by the attendant's watering-pot; his sky is the ceiling toward which he yawns; his element is dust.
According to Higgins, Areana also collaborated with Green Box, a free paper recycling authority.
Outside the Green Box: Rethinking Sustainable Development, by Steve Goreham, New Lenox, Illinois: New Lenox Books, 2017, 245 pages, paperback.
The SEC's complaint alleges that Ronald Van Den Heuvel lured investors with promises that he would use their funds for an eco-friendly recycling process called the "Green Box Process."
It means there's no longer a need to put cardboard into the green bin and the existing green box is to be used for plastics, tins and cans.
"In Holmfirth by the Co-op there is a green box holding dog poop bags which is always full yet just on the ground by this green box is dog poop.
"After several hours of efforts and point to point search operations, the (police) operational units managed to discover a 30*30-cm green box weighing almost 21kg which contained explosives and was planted beside a rock near the road," Brigadier General Rahimi said.
Also available as a Kindle ebook, The Green Box League of Nutritious Justice is a fitness and nutrition guide created especially for children and young adults.
"These can be recycled by putting them in the green box or taking them to our two recycling centres."