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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The less we contaminate our recycling, the easier it will be to meet targets, reduce costs and contribute towards a more environmentally sustainable place to live." For more information on what can and can't be recycled in your recycling bin or bag, visit www.lesswaste.org.uk.
A statement from Aberdeenshire Council said: "Any non-recyclable material placed into the recycling bin is classed as contamination, which could spoil the recyclates in any load.
Those who ignore that advice could run the risk of their recycling bin being removed.
It's never ever difficult to spot a trash can or a recycling bin. The reason why people litter is not due to lack of amenities or facilities.
Environmental bosses are asking folk to do their bit for the planet by putting the cards, paper and packaging in their blue recycling bin.
Coun Alex Ganotis, Greater Manchester's Green City lead, said: "Contamination in Greater Manchester's paper and card recycling bins has always been a problem, but recently we're facing increasing challenges.
More than 2,000 homes in Blakelaw, Fenham, and Wingrove are having their recycling bins monitored as part of the trial - and people who put the wrong rubbish in will have their bins tagged and receive warning letters.
The post Recycling bins installed in Limassol appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
I do not have a recycling bin for glass and plastic.
Stephen Batt from Ystrad Mynach was driven to desperate measures after his recycling bin was refused for the third time in a row, with bin men claiming his waste contained incorrect items.
Some places, like Sandwell, have food recycling bins, while others, including Birmingham and Walsall, do not.
George Lever, owner of GL Coaches on Emmerson Street, Linthorpe, Middlesbrough, first raised the problem of the recycling bins two years ago.

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