ReWallution - the World of Revolutionary Solutions

Carton Heaven - The Real Recycling Solution for Beverage Cartons
After the contents of food and beverage cartons are consumed, what happens to them? Where do they go? Is there an Afterlife? Most of the time, cartons are mixed with water in a gigantic blender to separate all the paper fiber from the plastic and aluminum. The paper fiber is then used to make new recycled paper products. ReWall allows these cartons to carry on, in their most pure form, with all their best properties. When cartons come to ReWall, the entire carton is used to create inherently moisture and mold resistant, durable composite panels.

What if the cartons could carry on, in their most pure form, with all their best properties, without compromising their environmental impact? When cartons make it to ReWall, the entire composite material is used to create inherently moisture and mold resistant, durable composite panels.

The ReWall manufacturing process uses zero water and very little energy to upcycle this eco-friendly food and beverage packaging into high performance building materials.

Real Green Manufacturing
We proudly make our building products from 100% recycled beverage cartons, cups and their components. ReWall's zero waste zero water process with a miniature carbon footprint differs vastly from manufacturing of the traditional materials we replace. We use no formaldehyde glues, water or hazardous chemicals. We take a composite material - cartons, and upcycle them into very durable, moisture and mold resistant composite panels. 

Real Closed-Loop Solutions
Your State needs to reduce your landfills. Your city wants to offer more recycling options and include more products in the single stream recycling system. Your schools want to educate the next generations of recyclers and show them firsthand how easy it can be…In Iowa, the DNR offered a significant financial backing and committed to build with ReWall. The cities of Des Moines and Waterloo have mandated their contractors to use ReWall instead of plywood in vacant property board-ups. And the Des Moines Public schools started using boards and ceiling tiles made from their kids’ milk cartons…now that’s how it’s done – the real world, closed-loop sustainability practices that make sense! NEXT: Coffee stores built from their own recycled coffee cups!

Impact on Landfills
The contribution of ReWall to the landfill reduction is easy to demonstrate based on the sheer volume of waste that is converted into ReWall. About 30 cartons make up a single 2’x2’ ReWall ceiling tile and at least 400 cartons are recycled in each and every 1/2"x4’x8’ ReWall board. This means that each truckload of ReWall products removes almost 300,000 cartons from the landfill!