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Is the Pringles container recyclable?

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Is the Pringles container recyclable?

dagwood | Jun 22, 2009 02:05 PM

My son loves Pringles and goes through about a container a week.

The container (the cylindrical can that resembles a tennis ball can) seems like it should be recyclable, but I can't find any evidence that it is on the package. It seems to be made of cardboard, but has metal on the ends, so I'm not even sure if I'd put it in with my paper or my cans and bottles.

In these parts, the half-gallon containers used for milk, juice, etc., and also juice boxes, are recycled with cans and bottles as well.

Does anyone know?

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