Refrigerated cartons, as the name suggests, are basically placed in refrigerators in supermarkets and grocery shops. And on the other hand helf-stable cartons mainly contain processed milk, soy drink, broth, soup, juice, and other food or drink items that can be stored at room temperature.
Shelf-stable cartons and refrigerated cartons both types of cartons can be recycled. As a consumer, recycling cartons is as easy as ABC. All you need to do is toss the carton to your recycling bin once you’ve used up the product inside and have it collected by your local recycling crew.
All forms of recycling are extremely beneficial for the environment. It minimizes the amount of garbage being piled up on landfills on a daily basis. How Does The Recycling Process Work? The recovery facility will separate the cartons from other waste materials. These cartons are then transported to paper mills wherein they are mixed with water in a hydra-pulper. This separates the three materials of cartons: paper, aluminum, and plastic.