Where to recycle (soy/almond/cow) milk cartons
Often you can buy liquid products in plastic bottles instead of the paper-ish cartons, which makes them easy to recycle. But sometimes what you want isn’t available in plastic or it costs more. Now there is a place where you can recycle these cartons, but you have to mail them off. A bit of a hassle but if you gather them up and do it once a month or quarter, it doesn’t add much cost to your purchase.
Anna from the Carton Council says:
Here is the information about mailing in cartons:
Step 1: Make sure cartons are empty and dry, with the cap on and keep the straws in the package.
Step 2: Address your cartons to one of the following locations closest to you. Include proper postage and write “cartons” on the front of your package.
Altogether Recycling, 645 W 53rd Place, Denver, CO 80216
Firstar Fiber, 10330 "I" Street; Suite 100, Omaha, NE 68127
Tidewater Fiber, 1958 Diamond Hill Road, Chesapeake, VA 23324