Posted October 12, 2018 05:09:17When the company first announced its recycling program, it called it the largest in the world.
Now, it’s the largest.
That’s according to the World Bank’s sustainability report, which found that in 2017, Staples recycled 1,061,813 vehicles.
That was more than double the 1,024,977 vehicles recycled by the Canadian Auto Recycling Association (CARA), the world’s largest recycling company.
The recycling rate for the entire Canadian automotive industry is just over 9%.
While it’s not as dramatic as the US, the Canadian industry recycles more vehicles than any other in the country.
In 2017, Canada recycled more than a million vehicles from its 1.3 million vehicles.
The US, by contrast, recycled just under 100,000.
The reason why the US is ahead of Canada is that the US has more of the vehicles in its recycling fleet.
For example, more than 1 million vehicles were recycled in the US in 2017.
In Canada, though, more of that 1.7 million vehicles are made in Canada, while almost 1 million are made elsewhere.
The US, meanwhile, makes up nearly a third of Canada’s auto fleet, according to CARA.
While the US car market is still recovering from the recession, its economy has started to grow again, and there are more jobs and economic growth.