Walmart to release aluminum containers

Walmart will begin shipping the aluminum containers that can be used to hold large quantities of aluminum and other recyclable materials in late February, the retailer said.

The containers are being produced in California by Cognex Materials and are designed to hold up to 200,000 bags of recyclables and other materials.

Walmart will ship the containers from California to its warehouses in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, where the containers will be stored.

Walmart has been working on the aluminum container program for more than a year.

It has already shipped containers to a few customers in the U.S., including, and it plans to begin shipping containers from other suppliers in February, Walmart said.

Wal-Mart also is working on its own aluminum recycling program, which has been shipping containers to customers in China, India and other countries.

The aluminum containers, which Walmart is shipping to its customers, will contain between 100,000 and 200,0000 bags of recycled materials, Walmart’s website said.

The company has said it will begin sending the containers to its suppliers sometime this month.

The company has been testing its aluminum recycling containers on its suppliers, including Wal-Mart, and has begun testing them in China and India, Walmart spokesman Dave McLean said in a statement.