Waste & Recycling A to Z - Items that begin with M

Recycle

A waste and recycling A-Z which explains which items and go in your green and blue bins. To reveal the items, simply select a letter they begin with.

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Magazines In your blue bin. Please remember not to put your paper inside plastic carrier bags before you place into your recycling bin as plastic bags contaminate the recycling process. Blue Bin
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Margarine Tubs In your blue bin. Containers should be free from food waste before recycling. Blue Bin
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Medicines Clean empty glass medicine bottles can be placed in the local glass recycling banks. Any unused medicines should be returned to your local chemist or pharmacy. Do not pass them onto other people. AZBlank
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Milk Bottles - Plastic In your blue bin or at local Recycle Points such as those at supermarkets, car parks. None Blue Bin
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Milk Bottles - Glass Glass milk bottles should be returned to your Milkman. None AZBlank
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Milk Cartons - Cardboard Cardboard milk cartons can be taken to either the bring sites at New Street Car Park, Retford; Prospect Precinct, Worksop or Scrooby Road, Harworth. Alternatively These items can also be placed in your green bin. None Green Bin
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Metals Scrap metal can be recycled at the Retford or Worksop Household Waste Recycling Centre or via a scrap metal dealer. None HWRC
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Mobile Phones The shop supplying your phone may take the old one back or provide advice as to where you can take it for free disposal. Alternatively you can take most unwanted electrical items from your home to the Retford or Worksop Household Waste Recycling Centre. None HWRC
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Monitors - (Computer) The shop supplying this item should take the old one away or provide advice as to where you can take it for free disposal. Alternatively you can take most unwanted electrical items to the Retford or Worksop Household Waste recycling Centre. None HWRC
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