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Green Box

A cardboard box made completely from recycled material. See also: Green energy.
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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.
The Vale council operates co-mingled recycling collections in either green boxes or reusable blue bags, while Bridgend residents have three reusable sacks for cardboard, paper and plastics and metals, and a caddy for glass.
Yung amin ay green boxes. Basta we are sure na walang na-issue sa amin na ganung lot numbers at kumpleto ang inventory ng mga firearms namin,' Osias said.
And the green boxes bringing high-speed broadband are going into the villages past the closed schools.
To tick their 'green boxes',' such national zombies have ruined forever one of nature's most outstanding seascapes (off the north east coast of Wales), wasting PSbillions erecting over 100 wind turbines, when they know that no power station will ever reduce the fossil fuel it burns because of them.
The meeting approved to install big green boxes at public places throughout the province for collection of worn out pages of the Holy Quran.
The previous administration intended to keep the status quo - ie, black sacks, blue and green boxes and green sacks with unlimited green collection, but add a small container for food waste.
It launches with the aim of commissioning hundreds of new pieces over three years.An augmented reality app will allow people to look at any of the "green boxes" in which the commissions appear through their handsets.
However, it would tick the green boxes. It is just an idea!
"The view on British wool has changed considerably in the last few years, more retailers are interested in making space for wool ranges in their showrooms and this is because they understand that natural fibres tick green boxes and also they are beginning to understand the benefits of wool."
GREEN wheelie bins, black wheelie bins, black boxes, green boxes - when are councils going to stop complicating our lives?