Can I put plastic plant pots in my recycling bin?
Most Local Authorities collect pots tubs and trays in the kerbside collection. If they do, then you should be able to put non-black plastic plant pots in with your normal home recycling collection. It is worth checking your local garden centre as some offer plant pot take back schemes. …
What can I do with unwanted plastic plant pots?
Take any unwanted plastic pots to a garden centre that offers a recycling service. If your nearest centre doesn’t offer one, suggest the idea to them. If you want to buy plastic pots (with or without plants in them) choose ones that are made from recycled plastic (such as Plantpak).
Can used plant pots be recycled?
Most pots are made from polypropylene and can be recycled. … (Avoid putting plastic pots in your own recycling bin if possible. Recycling methods vary across councils and, by having the pots collected at a designated point, it simplifies the process so more pots can be successfully recycled.)
Where can I recycle plastic flower pots Melbourne?
If you are an avid home gardener or part of a large nursery, we will gladly accept your pots to recycle and will accept pot deliveries of any quantity. Please drop off your pots at our recycling facility located at 11 Japaddy St Braeside, VIC 3195. Pot deliveries are accepted between 7am-5pm Monday to Friday.
Are black plastic nursery pots recyclable?
Since they’re dyed with carbon inks that can’t easily be broken down, black plastic pots are non-recyclable. That makes them a single-use plastic, which takes around 450 years to decompose.