see what goes in your BLUE bin
View our Recycling Guide
online or email email@example.com
to request a hardcopy.
What CAN i put in my blue bin?
Paper, such as: leaflets, newspapers, magazines,
- Card and cardboard; from cardboard boxes to
plain greetings cards (no glitter etc) & corrugated
- Plastic bottles & the lids
- Clean yoghurt pots
- Clean margarine or butter tubs
- large plastic ice cream tubs
- Plastic fruit punnets and food trays
- Clean plastic ready meal trays
- Plastic washing tablet containers
- Food and drink cans; please rinse cans first
- Empty aerosols
- Cartons, such as juice cartons and milk cartons
Remember: Put recyclables straight into
the blue bin loose and follow the list above; if you put items in
your blue bin or sack which shouldn't be there it means we can't
recycle the entire content.
What CAN'T I put in my blue bin?
- Food waste
- Plastic bags
- Plastics, such as; plastic film, DVD / CD cases, coat hangers,
children's toys, garden furniture etc.
Top tip! If you have a big cardboard box leave
this beside the bin on collection day, if you put it in the blue
bin it often prevents the other recyclables falling out when tipped
onto the lorry!
Click to see what goes in
your GREEN bin
Click to see what goes in your BROWN bin or sack
| Grass cuttings
||Fruit and veg peelings
| Weeds and bedding plants
|Hedge trimmings and prunings less than 1" (25mm)
How do I order a brown bin?
Brown bins are currently a one-off payment of
£15 including delivery until the end of May
2013 when the price will rise to the new price of £22 (including
By phone: call 01723 232323.
Or visit one of our Customer First
If you wish to pay by cheque please send the cheque and
your contact details to Customer First,
St. Nicholas Street, Scarborough YO11 2HG
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