Recycling & Waste
A summary: What & What not to recycle
Drink and food cans
Tin foil containers
Paint and oil tins
Tin foil (catering)
All clean glass jars and bottles. Lids and corks off please.
Any cardboard box
Milk and juice cartons
Fruit and veg container
White milk containers
Detergent bottles, all preferably rinsed
PVC (eg: garden furniture, gutters etc)
White office paper
Empty cement bags
Food left overs
Electronics or parts thereof
Anything made of wood and fabric
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