Disposing of paper cups is not the easiest of the subjects. You need to consider the materials and the lining to prevent liquid from leaking out or soaking through the paper.
When disposing of our PE lining paper cups, the best option is disposing of the on-paper cups recycling bins, where authorities will collect them at recycling facilities.
Specialist recycling facilities can separate the PE plastic lining from the paper to recycle both materials. In addition, companies like First Mile and Veolia offer nationwide collection schemes for PE-plastic lined paper cups.
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Disposing of your paper cups the right way is important because it will allow reprocessing them to return the used material into new functional products.
PE Lined paper cups use polyethene inner plastic to prevent leaks and ensure that they are waterproof. In normal conditions, PE plastic is widely recyclable. However, when it comes to paper cups, it gets trickier.
Because of the plastic lining, traditional paper mills will not accept used paper cups since they are considered a contaminant. However, a small number of specialist fibre reprocessing facilities can recycle paper cups into low-grade papers, such as packaging.
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