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

A waste and recycling A-Z which explains which items can go in your green and blue bins.

To reveal the items, simply select a letter they begin with.

Paint

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How To Dispose: See details

Details and restrictions: Information about where paint can be taken in Nottinghamshire, please visit Nottinghamshire County Council website and search for 'paint' or call 0300 500 8080 for details on how to dispose of paint.

Paper

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How To Dispose: Place in blue bin.

Details and restrictions: Please remember not to put your paper inside plastic carrier bags before you place in your blue bin as plastic bags contaminate the recycling process.

Paper Tablecloths

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How To Dispose: Place in your green bin (due to protective coating on the tablecloth)

Details and restrictions: None

Photographs

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How To Dispose: In your green bin.

Details and restrictions: None

Pizza boxes (takeaway)

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How To Dispose: If you have a takeaway pizza box, please dispose of this in your GREEN BIN due to food contamination.

Details and restrictions:

Plasterboard, plaster and all gypsum materials

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How To Dispose: This can be disposed of at the Retford or Worksop Household Waste Recycling Centres.

Details and restrictions: None

Plastic Bottles

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How To Dispose: To recycle plastic bottles, please put them in your blue bin.

Details and restrictions: Before you put your plastic bottles in your recycling bin please rinse them out and remove the lids. Put all bottles lids in your green bin.

polystyrene

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How To Dispose: In your green bin

Details and restrictions: None

Prams, Pushchairs and Cots

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How To Dispose: These can be taken to the Household Waste Recycling Centre at Retford or Worksop. Alternatively if these items are still in good condition and safe to use, advertise them at a local baby clinic or in the local paper.

Details and restrictions: None