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Eco-Friendly Disposable Aluminum Pans PDF Print E-mail

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Perfect for Passover Cooking and Better for the Environment
It’s Passover  and we tend to use many disposable items – plates, pans wrap. Now we can be a bit greener for Passover and every day with new Eco-Foil® – the first aluminum baking pans & trays made from 100% recycled aluminum materials. The pans are from Handi-Foil®, and made 100% in the USA. They can be found at major grocery chains and mass-market retailers nationwide where Handi-Foil is sold.

Product Description:

  1. Pans and trays are made from 100% recycled aluminum
  1. Lids are made from 100% recycled plastic
  1. 100% American made
  1.  100% recyclable after use
  1.  100% trusted quality and strength

Did You Know? … Fun Facts About Recycling

  1. 37% of American households recycle … regularly
  2. Aluminum is one of the easiest and fastest materials to recycle.
  3. Aluminum is the only material that is endlessly recyclable – without ever breaking down or compromising the quality of the metal.
  4. Aluminum begins to melt at a phenomenally high 1220 degrees Fahrenheit — purifying the metal of any impurities.
  5. Recycling not only transforms waste into valuable resources, but also benefits the environment by helping our air, water, and land stay cleaner.
  6. Every minute of everyday, an average of 105,800 aluminum cans are recycled.
  7. America recycled enough aluminum cans last year to stretch to the moon and back 8 times.
  8. Americans use 85,000,000 tons of paper a year: about 680 pounds per person.
 
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