We use Tetra Pak cartons to hold our juice because they not only keep it fresher for far longer they are also a greener alternative. And they just got a Greener!

According to the Alliance of Beverage Cartons and the Environment (ACE), 60% of UK local councils have now introduced kerbside recycling collections for liquid cartons after The Norfolk Waste Partnership became the latest organisation to join the scheme.

The UK consumes a staggering estimated 60,000 tonnes of paper-based beverage cartons each year and ACE has invested heavily to improve the recycling infrastructure.

Cawston Press juice cartons can now be recycled in 90% of local authorities. That’s over 370 local authorities across the country – either at collection points or at the kerbside. Tetra Pak has launched a new interactive map to help people find information about the carton recycling facilities in their local area. Take a look at tetrapakrecycling.co.uk/where-can-i-recycle.asp

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