Recycling these materials helps us to make…
- This process separates the paper fibres from the plastic and aluminium, with fibres being used to produce new paper products.
- The plastic and aluminium fractions can be used either as a fuel by utilising their energy content, or they can be recycled into new products
Tetra Pak (cartons made with paper, foil & plastic)
- Long Life milk & juice cartons Custard cartons
Remember all dirty tetra paks need to be rinsed first
Benefits of recycling Tetra Paks
The most common method of recycling Tetra Pak packages is by re-pulping in paper mills.