Get to know our cartons better and learn what “Life of a Carton, the Tetra Pak Way” truly means.
Tetra Pak constantly seeks ways to engage with individuals and organizations to raise environmental awareness and help bring positive change to the environment and our community. And we believe innovative and fun approaches are the best way to do it.
Our drink packs are 75% paper, 20% plastic, 5% aluminium and 100% recyclable. Here in Malaysia, the plastic and aluminium layers can be extracted and recycled into roofing tile. It takes 7,247 drink packs to make one 9' x 4' roofing tiles.
Every drink pack counts. Recycle now to help put roof over heads!
To some, a dream home simply means a place to come home to, a place of refuge and comfort. Not everybody has a place they can call their home. The CAREton Project aims to narrow that gap. But how exactly does a drink pack become a dream home?
To date, the CAREton Project has also expanded its collection network to 26 collection partners as well as 500 recycling drop-off points, ranging from hotel to schools, retail to charity.
Consumers who wish to drop-off their used drink packs may visit Tetra Pak’s Recycle Easy website for the complete list and location of these drop off points.
Tetra Pak introduced drink packs recycling in Malaysia back in 2005, when the recycling rate of drink packs was almost negligible. Since then, the recycling rate has been increasing every year, and reached 37% in 2019. In 2019 alone, over 915 million drink packs were recycled, and turned over into new products such as cardboard boxes and roofing tiles.
|The Waterfront @ Parkcity,
Desa Park City
|• Level G, next to Boost Juice|
|Publika Shopping Gallery,
|• Car park entrance heading to B.I.G Supermarket, Red Zone, Level UG
• Level G2, between Fatboy’s The Burger Bar and The Social
|Recycling for Charity Organisations|
|Pertubuhan Amal Seri Sinar (P.A.S.S),
Kuala Lumpur & Selangor
|• P.A.S.S orange recycling bins located across Klang Valley.
For more detailed addresses, click here.
|Taiwan Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation
Malaysia Recycling Centers,
Klang Valley, Penang & Melaka
|• Hundreds of recycling points and centres
For detailed addresses, click here.
The CAREton Family is steadily growing since our very first launch in 2012. Thanks to our collection partners, we now have a variety of locations, ranging from hotels to schools, for people to drop off their used beverage cartons for recycling under the CAREton Project.
With your help, we will be able to provide more roofs over the heads of those in need.
To be part of the CAREton Family, register now at Tetra Pak Recycle Easy.