Planet Ark Recycling Near You - Kerbside Recycling Services in the Kyogle Council area

Kerbside

Kerbside Recycling Services in the Kyogle Council area

Below are the kerbside recycling services provided by your local Council.

Kerbside Service

Co-mingled recycling|240L|Yellow

Weekly

All Residential Properties

Additional Info

Split Bin - Rear side for recycling


Accepted Materials

Glass Bottles and Jars

Aluminium Cans

Aluminium Foil

Newspapers

Magazines

Office Paper

Envelopes Without a Window

Envelopes With a Window

Phone Books

Pizza Boxes (clean)

Egg Cartons

Cardboard

Steel Food Cans

Steel Paint Cans (empty)

Steel Aerosol Cans (empty)

Aluminium Aerosol Cans (empty)

Milk cartons (fresh, no foil lining)

Milk cartons (long-life, with foil lining)

Juice cartons (fresh, no foil lining)

Juice cartons (long-life, with foil lining)

Plastics marked with


PET Bottles marked with # 1 HDPE Bottles marked with # 2 PVC Containers marked with # 3 LDPE Containers marked with # 4 PP Bottles marked with # 5 Other Plastic Containers marked with # 7

Recycling Tips

All lids must be removed from bottles, jars and containers.

If the lid is larger than a credit card, put it into your recycling bin separately. If the lid is smaller than a credit card, put it in the garbage.

Please rinse or wipe out containers of excess food and drink before putting them into the recycling bin. A good tip is to rinse your containers in the washing up water when you are finished doing the dishes, so you aren’t wasting clean water.

The biggest mistake people make is putting their recycling into a plastic bag and then putting it into their recycling bin. A good rule of thumb is if you can scrunch it up into a ball, it can’t go into your recycling.

Kerbside Service

General Waste|240L|Red

Weekly

All Residential Properties


Accepted Materials

Recycling Tips

All lids must be removed from bottles, jars and containers.

If the lid is larger than a credit card, put it into your recycling bin separately. If the lid is smaller than a credit card, put it in the garbage.

Please rinse or wipe out containers of excess food and drink before putting them into the recycling bin. A good tip is to rinse your containers in the washing up water when you are finished doing the dishes, so you aren’t wasting clean water.

The biggest mistake people make is putting their recycling into a plastic bag and then putting it into their recycling bin. A good rule of thumb is if you can scrunch it up into a ball, it can’t go into your recycling.