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If you are a member of the public that has an enquiry which specifically relates to carton recycling in your local authority area then please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you work in a local authority, CRN, retailer, waste sorting facility or school, and would like to find out how Tetra Pak® can work with you to develop carton recycling.
If you work for a carton collection hub and would like to work with Tetra Pak.
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If you are looking for packaging, filling equipment or technical service solutions, please contact us as below or the form below.Email: email@example.com
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The Alliance for Beverage Cartons and the Environment (ACE) is an international coalition of ten manufacturers of paperboard and beverage cartons who work together to actively promote the consumer and environmental benefits of the carton. Further details on ACE and its activities are available at: www.ace.be
In the UK, the carton industry works under the banner of the Alliance for Beverage Cartons and the Environment (ACE UK), formerly known as the Liquid Food Carton Manufacturers Association (LFCMA) with environmental, government and industry partners in the areas of packaging and recycling. Further details on ACE UK is available at www.ace-uk.co.uk
WRAP is a Government-backed organisation that encourages and enables businesses and consumers to be more efficient in their use of materials and recycle more things more often. This helps to minimise landfill, reduce carbon emissions and improve our environment. www.wrap.org.uk