EcoIQ.com’s stock footage video clips are no longer available for purchase, and our individual clips are no longer available from Green Stock Media. We will continue to make preview clips available for historical and archival purposes.
Stacked bales of recycled newspaper, mixed paper, magazines, and waxed milk cartons at recycling facilities.
12 Stock Video Clips TRT: 2 Minutes 28 Seconds
QuickTime File NTSC 4:3
License Agreement: No Longer Available
Order Here : No Longer Available
QuickTime Preview Here>>
Stills: To view properly, wait for page to finish loading before clicking number or text links.
About The Clips: Panning wide shot to extended hold on stacked bales of recycled mixed paper. A panning zoom in on the mixed paper with baled cardboard in the background. A "Mixed Paper" sign on an orange drop-off dumpster. Camera moves to the bin, shoots down into it, and shows mixed paper in the bin. Same sequence for a "White Office and Computer Paper" sign and white paper in the bin. Shot of a "Newspaper" sign. Slow zoom out from a pile of loose mixed paper. Zoom out from close up of a bale of waxed juice and milk cartons. Panning shot, then zooms in and out from tall stacked bales of recycled magazines and mixed paper. Pans and then a zoom in to stacked bales of newspaper.
Comments On Clip Subjects: The greatest environmental benefit of paper recycling occurs when a particular type of paper is recycled into the same type of paper. This conserves energy and water, saves trees, and reduces pollution from paper manufacturing. When low-grade mixed paper is recycled, it is often used to produce paperboard or other lower-end wood fiber products. This may result in less net environmental benefit per ton of paper recycled.