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KNOW YOUR PLACE!
LOOK INSIDE TO
DISCOVER ALL THE
PLASTICS YOU CAN
How much plastic can you recycle?
Food trays and containers
Health and beauty
Garden and garage
Below you will find information on what plastics you can recycle in your mixed recycling bin, along with cardboard, cartons, glass, tins, cans, aerosols and clean foil.
In your mixed recycling bin at home The following plastics cannot be recycled
Please put them into your purple bin
Polystyrene, fruit nets,
bubble wrap and blister packs
(e.g paracetamol packets)
Crisps, sweet and biscuit
wrappers, pet food pouches
and plastic film
Don’t forget to also recycle cardboard, cartons, glass, cans, aerosols and clean foil!
Please don’t put
plastic carrier bags
into your mixed recycling bin.
Most local supermarkets
offer plastic bag
Putting these types of plastics in the recycling can cause
problems with the machinery at the recycling centre.
This might mean that all the recycling can’t be recycled
and will end up in landfill.
You can recycle the following plastics and more
at your local Household Waste Recycling Centre
We collect textiles from your kerbside.
This includes all clothing, paired shoes, handbags,
bed linen, curtains and towels, but NOT duvets and pillows.
Please place your textiles in plastic bags (not black bags)
tied up at the side of your mixed recycling bin.
Don’t forget you can
recycle Textiles too!
Hard plastics from the home...
Please don’t put
these in your mixed
For more information on locations and opening times of your nearest
Household Waste Recycling Centre visit: www.wasteaware.org.uk