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Aseptic containers (Tetra Pak)

Aseptic containers (also commonly labeled with "Tetra Pak") are food and drink cartons. Some examples of items in aseptic containers are broth, soups, juice boxes, milk, etc. These items can be placed in your curbside recycling bins, or you can drop them off at the Drop-Off Station or Recovery Yard.


Recycle Right!

Make sure that there is no leftover liquid or food inside your cartons before recycling, and throw away plastic caps - do not screw them back on the Tetra Pak.


Live Zero Waste!

It is always good to minimize your purchases of single-use items, so if you frequently buy a lot of small aseptic containers, see if they sell the good in a larger container so you can buy less.



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