Originally Posted by WCTYSON
You would think so but I have worked at a few printing companies and none have done that in-house. They have hired companies that take the bins away. Only printer that I know of that does that type of work with waste press sheets would be a mint.
Again, not sure there would be anything seen as being wrong as these sheets very well could be refuse that someone took.
You can chop waste sheets with a standard cutter. It doesn't even need to be shredded. Paper recycling companies usually will drop a compactor at no charge for the ability to take your paper away.
If topps is throwing away press sheets instead of either shredding or "chopping" on a cutter then they are asking for the guys who recycle their paper to pick thru it for $$$