Carton recycling isn’t available in my area yet. Can I mail in my cartons to make sure they’re recycled?
Yes. Our network can recycle them on your behalf. Mailing in your cartons is easy.
Step 1: Make sure cartons are empty and dry. Keep the cap on and push any straws into the cartons. You can crush your cartons to save space.
Step 2: Address your cartons to one of the three locations listed below. Choose whichever location is closest to you. Include proper postage and write “cartons” on the front of your package. If a facility is listed below, Carton Council has confirmed it is currently accepting cartons via mail. Please note that locations are not able to confirm receipt of packages. When shipments arrive at a facility, the cartons are emptied from the box and deposited with cartons already at the facility and the shipping box is recycled.
- GFL (formerly 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
- Emmet County Recycling, 7363 Pleasantview Road, Harbor Springs, MI 49740
Click here to learn about more options if carton recycling is not yet available in your area.