Items that can be placed in the re­cy­cling bin

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Plas­tics

Bot­tles from the kitchen (milk or sauce bot­tles), laun­dry (de­ter­gent) and bath­room (sham­poo). Ice-cream con­tain­ers. Mar­garine or but­ter con­tain­ers. Yo­ghurt con­tain­ers.

Soft drink or wa­ter bot­tles. Take­away food con­tain­ers (not poly­styrene). Glass

Glass bot­tles for beer, spir­its, wine or sauce.

Glass jars for spreads, cof­fee or other food items.

Alu­minium

Beer cans.

Soft-drink cans.

Cof­fee or Milo tins. Alu­minium foil (clean and balled into the size of an egg). Steel

Food tins.

Pet food tins.

Beer bot­tle tops (loose). Jar lids. Pa­per

Pa­per (not shred­ded). En­velopes (no pri­vate de­tails). Milk or fruit juice car­tons (not sil­ver-lined).

Glossy mag­a­zines, brochures or junk mail. News­pa­pers.

Pa­per bags.

Wrap­ping pa­per (not foil). Card­board

Card­board boxes.

Beer car­tons.

Ce­real box (plas­tic liner re­moved). Egg car­tons.

Greet­ing cards. Pa­per-towel tubes.

Toi­let roll tubes.

Wash­ing pow­der boxes.

Do NOT re­cy­cle

Food or an­i­mal waste

Soft “scrunch­able” plas­tic or poly­styrene.

Shred­ded pa­per.

Cloth­ing, shoes, bed­ding or other ma­te­ri­als.

Per­sonal hy­giene items like nap­pies or tis­sues.

Bagged re­cy­cling.

Gas bot­tles or aerosol cans (cook­ing oil spray, air fresh­ener). Elec­tronic waste, bat­ter­ies or toys. Ropes, cable or gar­den hose pipes.

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