Recycle information cool packs

How to re-use and recycle your cool packs

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Reuse

Before you get ready to recycle your RecyCold® cool packs, ask yourself if you can reuse them. They are perfectly suited for easy storage in your freezer to provide more cooling when you need it.

Some great ways to re-use your cool packs include cooling ingredients or drinks outdoors. When handling your cool packs with care, there is no limit to the number of times they can be frozen and thawed. After multiple uses, you’ll want to dispose of the paper shell.

Recycle

RecyCold® cool packs keep products chilled thanks to a 100% biodegradable cooling gel that is garden safe. This means that cooling gel can be easily disposd of within any compost heap or green container. The exterior pouch is made of paper with an LDPE coating. Once the pouch has been emptied, it can be disposed of in either residual waste, bins for combined materials, or within your paper recycling bin. Please check your national recycling rules and guidelines to determine the correct bin or method of disposal.

A great way to re-use your cool packs include cooling ingredients or drinks outdoors. When handling your cool packs with care, there is no limit to the number of times they can be frozen and thawed, after multiple uses you’ll want to dispose of the paper shell.

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