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Important information about refuse and recycling collections

Important information about refuse and recycling collections

Important information about refuse and recycling

Here’s a reminder of what you can put in your blue bin, pod and green box. Food waste can go into your brown bin for composting. Blue Bin - the main body of the bin 2014 Recycling conserves resources, saves energy, helps protect the environment and reduces the need for landfill. Thanks to your excellent efforts, we recycle nearly half of all household waste. Once collected it is taken to a state-of-the-art waste recovery park at Farington, Leyland, where it is sorted, separated and sent to be recycled. If it cannot be recycled, it is treated to produce biogas which helps to fuel the plant and make a compost-like product which is used in a variety of ways. For more information visit www.globalrenewables.co.uk. Yes please 4 Glass bottles and jars including - wine bottles, beer bottles, jam jars, sauce bottles 4 Plastic bottles including - plastic milk bottles, pop and water bottles, shampoo bottles, cleaning product bottles (types 1 and 2) 4 Food and drinks cans including - drink cans, clean food cans, clean foil food trays, clean aluminium foil, aerosol cans Please rinse out these items before placing them in your blue bin. Please do not use plastic bags in your blue bin. No thanks 8 Mirrors or glazing 8 Plastic bags 8 Plastic tubs including - yoghurt pots - margarine tubs - plastic food trays 8 Plastic toys 8 Food waste 8 Crisp packets 8 Paint tins 8 Polystyrene Paper and cardboard Made into newsprint, new cardboard packaging, tissue and board. Plastic bottles Can be reprocessed and used as flakes to produce fleece jackets, plastic pipes, outdoor furniture, fencing, new packaging and toys. Blue Bin - Inner black pod Yes please 4 Newspapers and magazines 4 Letters and envelopes 4 Brochures, leaflets, pamphlets 4 Yellow pages 4 Telephone directories 4 Junk mail No thanks 8 Cardboard 8 Juice cartons 8 Books Includes Christmas 2013 collection dates Glass Crushed, cleaned and made into new bottles and jars, or even used in making new roads. Yes please Green Box No thanks Tins and cans Reprocessed and used to produce new cans or other products such as electrical items and aeroplane or bus components. 4 All types of cardboard including - ready meal sleeves - clean pizza boxes - cereal boxes - toilet and kitchen roll tubes - boxes from large items 8 Tetra Pak cartons e.g. fruit juice cartons 8 Polystyrene 8 Plastic packaging Garden and food waste This is processed to produce compost products which are used as a fertiliser and soil improver. SMS For further information contact: 01257 515355 SMS chorley.gov.uk/bins Z3

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