What can I put in my bin?
Paper - Newspapers & Magazines - Cardboard (clean & dry) - Phonebooks & Catalogues - Cereal boxes - Steel food cans - Aluminium drink cans - Plastic bottles - Plastic containers (see below) - Tetra paks (juice & milk cartons) - Acceptable plastic types in green bin: All Plastic Bottles including mineral milk and detergent bottles
Glass - General refuse - Food waste - Green or Garden waste - Wet waste - Nappies - Polystyrene - Wallpaper - Aeroboard / Styrofoam - Plastic film/bags - Plastic food wrappings. All items for recycling must be placed loose in the recycling bin. Full bags are not permitted because inside such bags is where the vast majority of the 40% contamination we are currently experiencing in our recycling bin is found. Only empty bags are accepted in the recycling bin.
General refuse - Plastic bags - Nappies - Plastic food wrappings - Aluminum foil - Animal waste - Ashes - Netting from oranges/ onions - Contents of hoover
Paper - Newspapers & Magazines - Food & drink cans - Plastic bottles -Glass bottles - Garden waste
Kitchen Food Scraps - Fruits and Vegetables - Bread - Cakes & Biscuits - Eggs & Dairy - Out of Date food (No plastic packaging) - Plant trimmings - Cooked and Raw Foods - Tea leaves and Tea bags - Meat - Fish - Poultry & Bones - Grass clippings & Leaves - Cut Flowers & Old plants
Ashes - Nappies - Plastic bags - Medical Waste