Boxes and Bins
What you CAN put in a green bin;
Paper – newspapers, magazines, catalogues, leaflets and telephone directories.
Cardboard – clean cardboard, packaging boxes.
Plastic bottles – (rinsed out, lids removed and uncrushed) - all plastic bottles any colour.
Steel and aluminium can and tins – (rinsed out and uncrushed).
Empty aerosol cans
What you CANNOT put it a green bin;
Plastic bags, cling film, junk mail bags, packets, yoghurt pots, food trays and tubs
Wrapping paper, greetings cards, shredded paper or envelopes
Any other domestic rubbish
What you CAN put in a black bin;
newspapers / magazines, brochures and cardboard (NOT take-away pizza boxes!)
Yellow Pages & telephone directoriescans and tins (clean food and drink cans)
Plastic bottles (clean with no lids please)
Domestic empty aerosols (without the skull and crossbones or the black cross symbols).
What you CANNOT put in a black bin;
Other plastics (plastic bags or hard plastics, like yoghurt pots or margarine tubs)
Glass (bottles and jars can go in your glass box or local bottle bank)
Shredded or tissue paper
Tetra Paks (drinks cartons)
What CAN go in your yellow box;
All colour glass bottles - beer, wine, spririts
All colour glass jars - jam, cook-in sauce, baby food
Broken glass bottles and jars
What CANNOT go in your yellow box;
Flat glass and Mirrors
Windows and windscreens
What you CAN put in your green box;
plants and weeds
bush and tree prunings
What you CANNOT put in your green box;
chemicals and treated wood
household or kitchen waste
very large branches