In Birmingham, plant or nut milk is hard to come by in recyclable packaging. Those that are in glass bottles are in shops that we don't often go to, as they're not on our route to work. So the cheapest option is tetra pack nut milks... which are not recyclable here. If we get this packaging, I wash them out, flatten them, and store them to give to my parents, who live in another city and can recycle them (they don't know I've been keeping a hold of these for them, so if you're reading this. surprise!)
We also can't get plant milks delivered to our house, like Anna could in her London flat, using the Mylk Man.
However, there is another solution!
Making nut milks is an easy process. It has some soaking time involved, but the actual time where you have to put effort into the making process is very minimal. Like, I'm talking minutes, the same kind of time it takes to get the milk from a shop.
And the best part? If you get the nuts from a bulk shop, and already have a flip-cap bottle it produces no waste!