What can I put in a blue recycling box?
You should only use your blue recycling bin for:
- cartons (fruit juice cartons, milk cartons, Tetra Pak)
- food tins and drinks cans.
- mixed glass, bottles and jars (lids and tops can be either left on or off)
- mixed paper.
- plastic bottles (lids and tops can be either left on or off)
What goes in the blue container?
In the blue container, for paper and cardboard, all cardboard containers you use, boxes of biscuits, shoes, cardboard egg cups, newspapers, books, magazines and paper bags.
What can you not put in a blue bin?
What cannot go in the blue lid recycling bin?
- plastic bags, plastic wrapping and soft plastics.
- heavily soiled paper.
- aseptic food cartons (i.e. long life milk cartons or bricks)
What are blue waste bins for?
your blue bin is for recyclable waste. your brown bin is for garden waste and food waste. your green or grey bin is for non-recyclable waste.
What is blue container?
Blue Container = Healthy Fats
You can also put in foods like hummus and coconut milk. But before you go, well, nuts with your nuts, the guide provides specific amounts: 12 whole raw almonds, 14 peanuts, eight cashews, etc.
Why are pizza boxes not recyclable?
Pizza boxes are made from corrugated cardboard, and when soiled with cheese, grease and other foods – they become a recycling no-go. Only clean paper can be made into new products. … These items are not recyclable when they are soiled with food, liquid or other contaminants.
What goes into recycle bins?
Items that can be recycled in your yellow lid bin:
- Paper: office paper, magazines, newspapers and junk mail.
- Green, clear and brown glass bottles and jars.
- Juice and milk cartons.
- All hard plastic bottles and containers marked, but no lids please.
- Steel (tin) and aluminium cans and empty aerosols.