Recycling Near You - Milk and Juice Cartons in the Shire of West Arthur area
Milk & Juice Cartons Tetra Pak

Milk and juice cartons are made from a material called liquid paperboard (LPB), which is constructed from paperboard with layers of plastic, and in the case of long-life products, a thin layer of aluminium foil. paperboard makes up the largest proportion of these materials - about 88% of Tetra Pak 1 litre fresh milk carton for example.

For more than 40 years LPB has been used to package a wide range of foods including milk, juices, cream, custard, sauces and soups.

Milk and Juice Cartons in the Shire of West Arthur area

Below is where you can recycle milk and juice cartons near you:

  1. Shire of West Arthur - Kerbside Recycling Collection
  2. Drop off Facility - Shire Depot
  3. Drop off Facility - Dura General Store

Sorry, there are no businesses listed for you to drop off Containers & Packaging

Pick up locations for Containers & Packaging

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CLAW Environmental Pickup generally for commercial quantities only. Pleas... WA May apply
Cleanaway Please contact Cleanaway on 13 13 39 to enquire about p... WA May apply
Perth Bin Hire We deliver and pick up skip bins and bulk bins, and pro... WA (Metro Area Only) May apply
Carton Traders bulk Qtys only WA (Metro Area Only) May apply
Technical Maintenance Services Boxed or stacked for easy removal. Offer reusable co... WA (Metro Area Only) May apply
Local Bins Pick up is offered on bulk quantities only in south wes... WA (Metro Area Only) May apply
REmida WA - Reuse Centre We offer collections for most items depending on the qu... WA (Metro Area Only) Free
eCycleCorp Pty Ltd Bulk quantities Nationally May apply
REMONDIS Australia Pty Ltd REMONDIS collects recycling and waste streams in bins r... Nationally May apply
1800-GOT-JUNK? (Australia) Pty Ltd. We cover the following suburbs: Armadale Caulfield No... WA (Metro Area Only) May apply
VISY Recycling We can arrange pick up for all through our various cont... WA May apply

About Liquidpaperboard Recycling:

  • Over one billion milk and juice cartons are used each year in Australia
  • The lightweight nature of cartons means they require less energy to transport and refrigerate than other beverage packaging.
  • LPB is recycled back into paper products like cardboard boxes.
  • Most councils in Australia collect LPB for recycling.
  • Ensure cartons are empty, rinsed/dried and flattened before placing in recycling bin.

Source: Sustainability Victoria

There are two types of cartons

Gable top cartons

Gable top cartons

  • Made from a layer of board sandwiched between two layers of very thin plastic.
  • Some gable top cartons used for packaging fruit juice have an additional layer of foil and a third layer of plastic. These extra layers improve the shelf life and retain flavours.

Aseptic bricks

Aseptic bricks

  • Aseptic bricks (UHT or long life packs) are a newer type of carton
  • They are made from five layers: three of plastic, one of foil and one of board.
  • The products in the cartons are sterilised before being packaged and, as the cartons fully seal the contents, they do not need to be refrigerated before opening. This results in savings in energy during storage and transport.