Which bin should I use?

Blue-lidded bin

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Blue-lidded bins (recycling) - collected every week

Put your bins on the edge of your front property boundary by 6am on your collection day

If the item is not listed below please check our brown bingreen bin and black bin pages for further details or recycling A-Z for more detailed information.

Please recycle the following remembering to empty and rinse all containers:


Paper

Newspapers

Magazines

White paper (e.g. printer paper and letters)

Telephone directories

Junk mail including leaflets and flyers

Envelopes (including windows)

Shredded Paper - see hints and tips for advice on how to contain this

Brown paper and envelopes

Plain wrapping paper (free from plastic or foil)


Card

Cardboard Boxes (e.g cereal boxes, delivery boxes).

Corrugated Cardboard

Plain greetings cards

Cardboard egg boxes

Food and Drink Cartons e.g. Tetrapak

Cardboard sleeves e.g. ready meal sleeves

Cardboard tubes e.g. from inside toilet rolls and kitchen roll

Cardboard Sandwich boxes - including the plastic window, if clean from food residue

 


Glass

Bottles- any colour (e.g. wine, beer, spirits)

Jars (e.g. sauces, jam, baby food)

Other glass bottles (e.g perfume, aftershave, face/body cream) 


Metal Packaging

Drinks Cans

Food Tins 

Metal lids and tops 

Biscuit/Chocolate Tins (including lids)

Aerosol cans

Aluminimum Foil

Foil Trays (e.g. take-away trays)

 

 


Plastic Bottles, Pots, Tubs And Trays

Cleaner and detergent bottles (e.g. bathroom cleaners, washing up liquid, bleach) 

Toiletries and other bathroom bottles (e.g. shampoo, shower gel)

Drinks bottles (e.g. juice, squash, milk)

Pots (e.g. yoghurt, soup)

Tubs (e.g. margarine, ice cream)

Trays / punnets (e.g. meat trays, take-away trays, fruit /veg trays, including black plastic)

Chocolate and biscuit tubs and trays

 

 


Food and Drink Cartons

Drinks cartons (e.g. juices and milk)

Food cartons (e.g. soups)

 


We can't recycle carrier/plastic bags or any plastic that can be scrunched in your hand such as salad bags, so please keep them out of your blue-lidded bin. 5 ways to reduce single use plastic.

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