What can and cannot go in your Red box - Plastic and Cans
Please be aware if your recycling is mixed incorrectly then we will not collect it.
|What can go into your red recycling box||What cannot go into your red recycling box|
Clean food & drink cans
Plastic film - Why we no longer collect plastic film
|Clean plastic bottles (Rinsed, squashed, lids removed)||Plastic magazine wrappers & bags|
|Plastic bottle tops & lids||Polystyrene|
|Metal bottle tops & jar lids||Crisp packets|
|Empty aerosol cans||Electrical items|
|Clean plastic food trays||Large plastic items|
|Clean food pots & tubs||Paint tins|
|Aluminium foil||Oil cans|
|Vegetable & food bags (frozen food bags and food packaging)|
|Any soft plastic items|
|Mixed material - plastic items|
|Pill blister packs|
|Plant pots or plant trays|
|Tetra pak type cartons|
You should put your containers on the kerbside, just outside your boundary. All recyclable items should be placed loose in the boxes and not contained in plastic bags or other containers.
You can stack the boxes on top of each other to save space. If you think the containers will block the footpath please put the containers just at the boundary.
Remember to take your containers off the footpath as soon as you can after they have been emptied.
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