Recycling bins


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Recycling bins

Containers to temporarily hold recyclable materials until transferred to a larger holding facility or picked up by a recycling service. Conveniently located bins increase recycling rates by allowing occupants to recycle more easily. Designing space for recycling bins is a physical reminder of a commitment to recycling.
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Some bins have even been wired shut by the workers, one of whom said they had received their instructions to stop emptying the recycling bins completely.
Almost 94 million plastic beverage bottles and aluminum cans have been collected through the Dream Machine recycling bin initiative started by PepsiCo Inc.
Officers say effective action needs to be taken to tackle the deliberate contamination of recycling bins so that the quality of materials collected is improved, and the scheme is kept viable and successful.
The Drinkaware Trust's new poster campaign shows a recycling bin overflowing with bottles with the slogan Big Party at the Weekend?
Residents are now also able to recycle lightweight plastic bags, by placing all of them inside another plastic bag into the recycling bin.
To choose a less dramatic but more ironic example, recycling bins made of recycled commingled plastic cost perhaps 20 percent more than bins made of virgin resin.
A COUNCIL has apologised after failing to empty a woman's refuse bin - just two weeks after refusing to empty her recycling bin.
Recycling will now be easier in regional and rural Victoria as part of the Victorian Coalition Government s $815,000 initiative that will see recycling bins introduced at 22 new sites across Victoria.
Recycling bins are no longer being emptied into regular Abu Dhabi bin lorries.
Beginning April 30, a computer will randomly select homes and pickup crews will check to see if their blue recycling bins contain accepted items.

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