Sort bottles, cans, and paper or just have a blast. Your eco-conscious little one will learn recycling basics while playing with this super cool recycling truck that has a movable recycling bed and open/shut rear door. The awesome eco-design has no metal axles. The Green Toys Recycling Truck is made in the U.S.A. from 100% recycled plastic milk containers that save energy and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Green Toys Inc.
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My son (14 months) loves this truck! He fills and empties it and pushes it along the floor everywhere. I like that you teach them about recycling with it, its a great fun and educational toy!
(Posted on 7/22/2015)
Both my kids (8year old girl and 2 year old boy) love this truck. It's kind of funny to watch them stuff a bunch of little people and animal toys in the back and dump them all out again. It's well made and valuable to me that it's made of recycled materials. A win for this one!
(Posted on 1/11/2015)
This is one of my boys' favorite toys and it has gone through 2 toddlers. It is still like new, hasn't broke like other plastic toys. I've actually been really suprised with it and we've added several GreenToys to our collection. I recommend these toys to all parents.
(Posted on 4/30/2012)
We got this as a "big brother" present for the son of some friends almost 2 years ago. Not only did he play with it right away (which is easy with their packaging, all you have to do is open the box) but when we were visiting again recently I could see that it still looks basically new even though his mom said that it still gets played with almost every day.
(Posted on 1/12/2012)
Going on a year of ownership with our 21-month-old. This truck gets played with EVERY day. It looks basically new. He loves to put things in the back. He also loves to sort the little cardboard recycling pieces that came with it. Great toy.
(Posted on 11/27/2011)
It's a little pricey but our son loves this truck. The back opens up and he loves to put toys inside it. It would be really cool if the front cab doors would open because he's always trying to put stuff in there. Super durable and eco-friendly.
(Posted on 8/6/2011)