Chipotle Workers Go Through 375 Million Gloves Per Year. This Company Is Turning Them Into a Useful Product

Under the pilot program, which has rolled out at eateries in Portland, Oregon and Sacramento, California, employees drop their used gloves into a cardboard box. Once the box fills up, it’s sealed and shipped to Revolution’s plant in Salinas, California. The gloves then are cleaned, shredded, and turned into tiny pellets that are melted down to form the bags. more at

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