recycling your empty cartons.

how to recycle your cartons.

66% of UK councils

accept cartons for recycling in kerbside collections.

31% of UK councils

accept cartons for recycling at local centres.

If you already place any of these types of packaging into your recycling bin at home, you can recycle our cartons alongside them!

Fruit Juice
Milk or alternatives

Find out if your local council accepts cartons for recycling kerbside:

recycling cartons kerbside

If your council does not allow you to recycle cartons in your kerbside collection, or if you’re not sure, find out more below:

recycling centres near you

The following authorities do not currently accept cartons for recycling in kerbside collections or at local centres:

  • Basingstoke and Deane
  • Darlington
  • Eastbourne
  • Eastleigh
  • Fareham
  • Gosport
  • Maidstone
  • Rother
  • Tamworth
  • Tonbridge and Malling

If you live within one of these local authorities, or if you cannot access a nearby recycling facility, you can send your empty cartons back to us for recycling. Instructions on how to return your cartons are below:

  • Collect at least 4 empty cartons, wash them & squash them, replace the lid and pop them in an envelope or box (up to 50 x 50 x 60cm).
  • Generate a returns QR code via our returns portal - a link to this will be available when our cartons go live.
  • Take your parcel to your local drop off point. They’ll get your empties to us and we’ll sort the recycling.
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