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Garden HoseGarden hoses should be placed in the red lidded general waste bin. Garden hoses are not recyclable and should never be placed in your yellow lidded recycling bin. They can become wrapped around the machinery and cause issues at the Materials Recovery Facility.
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Garden waste such as leaves, flowers, offcuts, grass clippings and small braches can be placed directly in the green lidded garden organics bin.
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Gas BottlesGas bottles contain dangerous liquids which can create safety issues so they should always be returned to a landfill transfer station or scrap metal merchant. Gas bottles cannot be recycled through the yellow bin system, however by dropping them of at the following collection points they can be recycled through other methods:
Greater Taree Residents
Great Lakes Residents
Community Recycling TrailerOur Community Recycling trailer is touring regional areas in 2018 - dates and venues are listed here
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Glad WrapGlad wrap and other soft plastics such as sandwich bags should be placed directly into your red lidded waste bin. Placing soft plastics such as plastic bags and wrap into the recycling bin can also cause issues in the Materials Recovery Facility as they wrap around machinery and cause blockages.
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GlassGlass such as drinking glasses, window panes, pyrex, plate glass etc should be placed into the red lidded general waste bin or taken to the landfill transfer station. These forms of glass are hardened and contain different materials than glass bottles and jars so cannot be placed in the yellow lidded recycling bin.
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Glass Bottles and JarsEmpty glass bottles and jars can be placed directly into the yellow lidded recycling bin. Glass bottles and jars can be recycled via your regular kerbside collection. Other types of glass including drinking glasses, ceramics, plate glass and pyrex cannot be placed in your yellow recycling bin and should instead be placed in your red general waste bin. Preparing glass bottles and jars for recycling:
Prescription GlassesPrescription glasses are expensive and often need to be updated regularly. Unwanted glasses can be donated to a variety of charities and they are then sent to communities where they can make a huge difference to people living in less fortunate circumstances. To donate your glasses talk to your local optometrist or service club (Rotary, Lions Clubs etc) who may collect them or post them for free in a padded bag to: PersonalEYES Donate Glasses Reply Paid 301 Parramatta NSW 2124 http://www.personaleyes.com.au/donate-glasses
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Garden WasteGarden waste such as grass clippings should be placed directly in the green lidded garden organics bin.
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Greeting CardsGift cards made of paper or cardboard materials can be disposed of in the yellow lidded recycle bin.
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