The Lily's Kitchen Recycling Programme

Recycle your Lily's Kitchen packaging through this programme

Participating locations
299
Available locations
1

How to participate

This programme is currently full. You can drop-off your Lily's Kitchen packaging at public drop-off locations across the UK – find your local one here

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Drop-off locations

Click on the map for drop-off locations
Find nearest public drop-off location

This map is constantly being updated

Check out all participating public drop-off locations on the interactive map above.

How it works

There are 2 different ways to participate in this programme:

1) Drop off your waste at your nearest public drop-off location

Find your nearest public drop-off location on the interactive map above and drop off your Lily's Kitchen packaging during the opening hours.

To learn more about public drop-off locations, please click here.

2) Set up a public drop-off location (applies to existing programme members only)

If there are no public drop-off locations within a 5 mile radius, you can set up your own. Simply follow the steps below:

  1. Find a public place to host your collection (with the prior consent of the person in charge of the place)
  2. Fill out this form to finalise your request

To learn more about what public drop-off locations are and what it involves to set up one, please click here.

 


If you are a member of the programme and ready to send a shipment, please follow these steps:

  1. Download a free UPS label from your account
  2. Print your label out
  3. Attach your label to your parcel. Please make sure you use a sturdy cardboard box which is no larger than 60x60x50cm in size. 
  4. ​Simply book a free pick-up via UPS by calling 03457 877 877 or book online via this link. Alternatively, you can also drop off your parcel at your closest UPS drop-off point, which you can find here.

What you can recycle in this programme

Please check out our Accepted Waste Poster below for more details.

What happens to this waste

Once collected, the aggregated pet food packaging are sorted, shredded and washed. Food residue is composted. The material is then densified into hard-granulated plastic granules. The granules are then extruded so they can be incorporated into the production of different plastic products such as fence posts and benches.

Click here to learn more about the recycling process.

Resources

Lily’s Kitchen creates naturally delicious, wholesome food for cats and dogs because we believe our pets deserve to eat proper food that’s full of nourishing ingredients. We all know a balanced, nutritious diet is key to staying in tip-top condition, inside and out.

Given pets and nature are such a source of joy to us, we want to make sure we do what we can to treat our planet kindly and run our business knowing that we are not contributing to the problems in the world, but helping to make them better. Whilst we find a solution to make all of our packaging recyclable we’re partnering with TerraCycle® to reduce waste. 

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