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A - Z Recycling Guide

  • A
    Acid and Alkaline:
    This can be disposed of in the Chemical CleanOut Event

    Aerosol:
    If these are empty, they can be recycled in the yellow-lidded recycle bin. If these are not empty, they can be disposed of in the Chemical CleanOut Event

    Air Conditioners:
    When replacing air conditioners, ask the installer to remove your old item. Otherwise, small household air conditioners can be placed in the Kerbside Clean Up (refer to your ward for details on your Kerbside Clean Up dates.

    Aluminium:
    Foil, trays and cans can be placed in your recycle bin.

    Ammonia:
    This and other household cleaners can be disposed of in the Chemical CleanOut Event

    Ammunition:
    Please contact the police assistance line on 131 444 for information on disposal and collection of ammunition, grenades and safety fuses.

    Animals (Deceased):
    Please contact your local vet for details on burial and disposal options (fees may apply). You can also bury small animals in your back garden. DO NOT place these animals in your household waste bins.

    Anti-Freeze: 
    Anti-freeze and other automotive chemicals can be disposed of in the Chemical CleanOut Event

    Appliances:
    If these cannot be passed on or sold, you may place them in a Kerbside Clean Up.

    Asbestos:
    This can NEVER be disposed of in your household waste bins, Kerbside Clean Up or skip bins. A licenced contractor must dispose of this at a licenced facility. View Yellow Pages for contractors.

    For more information on removal and disposal of Asbestos please see SAFE WORK NSW.

    Ash:
    If the ash is NOT HOT, this can be disposed of in a bag and placed in in your red-lidded general waste bin.

    Audio Tapes: If these cannot be sold or passed on these can be placed in the Kerbside Clean Up. However, they should be contained in manageable boxes.

    Automotive Fluid:
    This and other automotive chemicals can be disposed of in the Chemical CleanOut Event
  • B
    Baits:
    Baits and other poisons can be disposed of in the Chemical CleanOut Event

    Batteries (CAR):
    Most car workshops, scrap metal collectors and service stations will accept used car batteries for recycling. Otherwise, please refer to the Chemical CleanOut Event

    No batteries should ever be placed in your household waste bins.

    Batteries Household:
    Take A, AAA, C, D and 9V sized batteries to the small item recycling station in the customer service area of the Council building and they will be collected for recycling.

    Bicycles:
    If these cannot be sold or passed on, you can be place these in your Kerbside Clean Up.
    You can also contact your local upcycling centers for drop off approval.

    Blankets:
    If these cannot be passed on or sold, they can be donated to any local charity store or donated online to people in need . Alternatively, they can be placed in your Kerbside Clean Up.

    Bleach:
    This can be disposed of in the Chemical CleanOut Event

    Books:
    If these cannot be sold or passed on, you can donate them to local charities or passed on to the Street Library.
    Otherwise, small amounts of books can be placed in your yellow-lidded recycling bin or in your Kerbside Clean Up.


    Bottles (Glass):
    these can be placed in your yellow-lidded recycling bin or you can recycle them at your closest Return and Earn Reverse Vending Machine

     Bottle Tops:
    These can be placed in your yellow-lidded recycling bin.

    Bottles (Plastic):
    Plastic bottles including milk, juice and soft drink bottles can be placed in your yellow-lidded recycling bin. They must always be un-bagged.

    Brake Fluid: 
    These and other automotive fuels can be disposed of in the Chemical CleanOut Event

     Branches:
    If These are no longer than 1 meter in length or 15cm in diameter they can be placed in your Kerbside Clean Up. Otherwise, these can be taken to your local tip.

    Bricks and Pavers:
    If these are in good condition, these can be sold online. If they cannot be reused in other areas around the home, there are several places that will take these to be recycled. View these in Yellow Pages (recycling services).

    Broken Glass (Windows /Drinking glasses):
    If these are in small amounts, they can be wrapped and placed in the red-lidded general waste bin. Please do not place broken glass in the yellow-lidded recycling bin as this can jam the machinery during the sorting process.
    If in larger amounts, take these to your closest waste and recycle centre.

    Bubble Wrap:
    This can be placed in your red-lidded general waste bin. Do not place this in the yellow-lidded recycling bin.

    Building Materials:
    If these are in good condition they can be passed on or sold on websites like Gumtree and eBay. If they cannot be reused in other areas around the home, some businesses will take these to be recycled. These can be found in the Yellow Pages  (recycling services). Alternatively , visit your local waste and recycling centre.

    Bullets, Firearms and Ammunition:
    Please contact the police assistance line on 131 444 for information on disposal and collection of ammunition, grenades and safety fuses.
  • C
    Cameras:
    If these cannot be sold or passed on, they can be recycled through various online recycling services.
    Please view ‘Batteries (Household) for information on where to dispose of your camera batteries.  

    Car Baby Seats:
    If these cannot be sold or passed on, they can be donated to any local charity store (see charity stores) or upcycling center (see upcycling centers)

    Car Batteries:
    Most car workshops, scrap metal collectors and service stations will accept used car batteries for recycling. You can also refer to the Chemical Clean Out.
    These must not be placed in your household waste bins or placed in your Kerbside Clean Up.

    Car Bodies/Car Parts:
    If these cannot be passed on or sold, there are various second-hand car recyclers and metal collectors who will accept car bodies and parts.
    For car recyclers or collections, view your Yellow Pages (recycling services).
     
    Car bodies and parts cannot be placed in your Kerbside Clean Up.

    Cardboard:
    If this is in small amounts and flattened down, it can be placed in your yellow-lidded recycling bin. Larger amounts can be placed in your Kerbside Clean Up or taken to your closest waste and recycling centre.

    Cards:
    Greeting cards can be placed in your yellow-lidded recycling bin.

    Carpets and Underlay:
    This can be placed in your Kerbside Clean Up.

    Cassette Tapes:
    If these cannot be passed on or sold, these can be placed in your Kerbside Clean Up. Please place these in an easy to move container.

    Caustic Soda:
    This and other chemicals can be disposed of at a Chemical CleanOut Event

    CD Cases, CDs, Video Cassette Tapes and DVDS:
    Take these to the small item recycling station in the customer service area of the Council building and they will be collected for recycling.

    Cellophane:
    This can be placed in your red-lidded general waste bin. DO NOT place this in your yellow-lidded recycling bin.

    Ceramics:
    These can be placed your red-lidded general waste bin. If these are broken, they must be wrapped in newspaper. Please do not place these in the yellow-lidded recycling bin.

    Charity Stores:
    To find your nearest charity stores including Salvation Army, the Red Cross Foundation, the Smiths Family and more. Otherwise, many organisations allow you to donate various household items online to people in need.

    Chemicals:
    Chemicals can be disposed of in the Chemical CleanOut Event

    Chlorine and Pool Chemicals:
    Chlorine and pool Chemicals can be disposed of in the Chemical CleanOut Event.

    Christmas Decorations and Lights:
    If these cannot be passed on or sold, these can be placed in your Kerbside Clean Up.

    Christmas Trees (Artificial)
    If these cannot be passed on or sold, they can be placed in your Kerbside Clean Up.

    Christmas Trees Live:
    The needles and smaller branches of these trees can be placed in your compost bin or used in the garden as mulch.
    Otherwise, you may place smaller branches and needles in your green-lidded garden organics bin. For larger branches, you can place these in your Kerbside Clean Up if they are tied and meet the requirements.

    Cigarette Butts:
    These can be placed in your red-lidded general waste bin. DO NOT place these in the yellow-lidded recycle bin.
    Otherwise, you may place these in public bins.

    Cling Wrap:
    This may be placed in the red-lidded general waste bin. They should not be placed in the yellow-lidded recycling bin.

    Clothing:
    If these cannot be passed on or sold, you can donate them to charity stores (see charity stores), selected clothing stores  or recycle at the upcycling centers. You can also donate these online to people in need through an online donation organization . Alternatively, you can book a clothing cleanup.
    You may also place these in your red-lidded general waste bin and Kerbside Clean Up.

    Coat Hangers:
    These can be placed in your Kerbside Clean Up.

    Coffee Cups (takeaway):
    If you are a business, you can partner with Simply Cups to encourage your customers to recycle their cups which would otherwise go to landfill.

    Coffee Grounds:
    These can be placed in your worm farm or compost bin.
    Alternatively, you can place them in the red-lidded general waste bin if they are bagged.


    Coffee Pods (Plastic/Aluminium):
    These can be recycled at various locations.  Find your nearest facility here.
    Alternatively, you can search for different companies that supply reusable coffee pods.

    Commercial Waste:
    Commercial waste must NOT be placed in residential bins or public place bins. Commercial owners must organise the removal of their waste through commercial waste services. If your commercial business has surplus foods, contact companies like Yume who provide a platform for distrubuting quality surplus foods.

    Computers and Accessories:
    These can be recycled at councils TechWaste Drop Off.

    Concreate:
    Waste and recycling centers accept building materials for a fee.

    Cooking Oil:
    This can be disposed of at a Chemical CleanOut Event. You may also dispose of them at a local waste and recycling centre.

    Composting Equipment:
    You can place food scraps in your composting bin, worm farm or bokashi bin. To learn more about composting and purchase composting equipment.

    Corks:
    These can be placed in your red-lidded general waste bin. Please DO NOT put these in your yellow-lidded recycling bin.

    Corrosives:
    Corrosives such as acids and chemicals can be disposed of in the Chemical CleanOut Event.

    Cutlery (Plastic):
    These can be placed in your red-lidded general waste bin. Please do not put these in your yellow-lidded recycle bin.
  • D
    Demolition Waste:
    There are several businesses that will remove building waste for a fee; these can be found online or in the Yellow Pages . These items are also accepted at your nearest waste and recycling centre.

    Dialysis Waste:
    You can dispose of medical waste at local hospitals.

    Diesel:
    Diesels and other fuels can be disposed of in the Chemical CleanOut.

    Disposable Nappies:
    These can be placed in your red-lidded general waste bin. Please do not place these in the yellow-lidded recycle bin.

    Documents:
    Paper documents can be placed in your yellow-lidded recycle bin. Please do not place shredded paper in your yellow-lidded recycling bin. Shredded paper can be used in your compost bin.

    DVD Cases:
    These can be placed in your red-lidded general waste bin. Please do not place these in your yellow-lidded recycle bin. Large amounts can be boxed and placed out for the Kerbside Clean Up.

    DVDs:
    These can be placed in your red-lidded general waste bin. Please do not place these in your yellow-lidded recycle bin. Large amounts can be boxed and placed out for the Kerbside Clean Up.
  • E
    E Waste:
    If your usable electrical items cannot be passed on, sold or donated (see Charities and Upcycling centres) you can take these to our TechWaste Drop Off .Only selected items are accepted, please view our website for details.

    Electric Blankets:
    These can be placed out in your Kerbside Clean Up.

    Electrical Cords:
    If you have computer cables, these can be taken to the TechWaste Drop Off. If these are machinery cords or household cords, these can be disposed of at your local waste and recycling centre.

    Envelopes:
    With or without windows these can be placed in the yellow-lidded recycle bin. Please do not place shredded paper in this bin.

    Exercise Equipment:
    Exercise equipment can be placed in the Kerbside Clean Up.

    Eyeglasses:
    You can donate eyeglasses to various organisations. Please contact your local charities for more information (see Charities).
  • F
    Fabric:
    If these cannot be passed on or sold, these can be placed in the Kerbside Clean Up.

    Fence Palings:
    Your local waste and recycling centers will accept fence palings for a fee. Check online or on Yellow Pages (recycling services) for facilities.

    Fibro:
    See Asbestos.

    Fire Extinguishers:
    You can dispose of these at the Chemical CleanOut Events.

    Flares:
    For disposal, contact Roads and Maritime Services on 13 12 36 .

    Flowers (Artificial)
    These can be placed in your red-lidded general waste bin.

    Flowers (Live)
    These can be placed in your Green-lidded garden organics waste bin. You can also place these in your compost bin or garden.

    Fluorescent Tubes and Globes:
    These can be disposed of in the Chemical CleanOut .You can also recycle these through various organisations see Yellow Pages or web. Please do not place these in your household waste bins.

    Foam (Polystyrene):
    Please see web for recycling services. Alternatively, small amounts can be placed in your red-lidded general waste bin.

    Foods (Including Fruit Vegetable Scraps):
    These can be placed in your compost bin, worm farm or bokashi bin.
    Larger amounts of green waste can be placed in the Kerbside Clean Up. They must be tied and bundled. Alternatively, you can place your food waste in your red-lidded general waste bin.

    Fridges/Freezers: 
    If you cannot pass on or sell, you can place these in your Kerbside Clean Up.
    Alternatively, various organisations that will come and collect white goods for recycling for a fee. These can be found on the internet or in the Yellow Pages.
  • G
    Garden and Green waste:
    This can be placed in your green-lidded garden organics bin. Small amounts can also be placed in your compost bin. Larger amounts of green waste can be placed in the Kerbside Clean Up. They must be tied and bundled.

    Garden hoses:
    These can be placed in your red-lidded general waste bin; please do not place in your green-lidded garden organics bin.

    Garden ornaments and furniture:
    Unwanted items in good condition can be passed on or sold. Or these items can be placed in the Kerbside Clean Up.

    Gas Bottles:
    Unwanted Gas bottles can be taken to the Chemical Clean Out .

    Glass Jars and Bottles:
    These can be passed on, sold or taken to upcycling centres. Alternatively, they can be placed in your yellow-lidded recycle bin.

    Grass Clippings:
    Grass clippings can be placed in your compost bin. These can also be placed in your green-lidded garden organics bin if it is un-bagged.

    Greeting Cards:
    These can be placed in your yellow-lidded recycling bin.

    Guns and Explosives:
    Contact Police on the Police assistance line on 131 444 for information on safe disposal.

    Guttering Metal:
    If these are in good condition they can be passed on or sold. They can also be to your local waste and recycling centre. Please look online or in Yellow Pages for your nearest centre.

    Gyprock/Plasterboard:  
    Building materials cannot be placed in your household waste bins or be placed out for Kerbside Clean Up. These materials can be taken to your local waste and recycling centre. Please look online or in Yellow Pages for facilities.
     
  • H
    Herbicides:
    These can be disposed in the Chemical CleanOut Event.

    Hot water systems:
    Many plumbers can dispose of hot water systems when they install a new one. Scrap metal collectors will also take these systems. Please look online or in Yellow Pages for businesses.

    Household Cleaning Products:
    These can be taken to the Chemical CleanOut Event.
     
  • I
    Ink cartridges:
    These cannot be placed in your household waste bins. For more information on recycling ink cartridges please see web.

    Insulation batts:
    See Asbestos.
  • J
    Jars and Jar lids:
    These can be placed in your yellow-lidded recycle bin if they are un-bagged.
     
    Juice Cartons and Poppers:
    These can be placed in your yellow-lidded recycle bin.
     
    Junk Mail:
    This can be placed in your yellow-lidded recycle bin without any plastic packaging. You can avoid Junk Mail of you place a ‘No Junk Mail’ sign on your letter box.
  • K
     
    Kitchen Cupboards:
    These can be passed on, sold or donated (see charities and upcycling centres) They can also be taken to your local waste and recycling centres. These cannot be placed out for the Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Kitchen Sinks:
    These can be taken to scrap metal collectors or donated to upcycling centres.
     These can also be taken to your local waste and recycling centre. These cannot be placed out for the Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Kitty Litter:
    Place this in a bag and into the red-lidded general waste bin. Please do not place in the green-lidded garden organics bin.
     
  • L
    Laminated Paper:
    Please place in your red-lidded general waste bin. This cannot be placed in your Yellow-lidded recycle bin.
     
    Laundry Tubs (Metal):
    These can be taken to scrap metal collectors or donated to upcycling centres (see upcycling centres).
    These can also be taken to your local waste and recycling centre. These cannot be placed out for the Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Lawn Mower:
    These can be passed on, sold your donated to upcycling centres. Alternatively, these can be placed in the Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Leaves:
    These can be placed in the green-lidded garden organics bin or compost bin.
     
    Light Globes:
    Old halogen light bulbs can be placed in your red-lidded general waste bin and wrapped in paper. Please do not place fluorescent bulbs in the general waste (see fluorescent bulbs)
     
    Linen and Manchester:
    If this cannot be passed on, sold or donated, they can be placed out in your  Kerbside Clean Up if they are bagged.
     
    Lino Flooring:
    This can be placed in the Kerbside Clean Up in lengths of no longer than 1.5 meters. Lino flooring can also be taken to your nearest waste and recycling centre.
     
    Logs and Stumps:
    You can find various garden waste removalists online or in the Yellow Pages . You can also take these to your nearest waste and recycling centre.
     Logs and stumps cannot be placed out in the Kerbside Clean Up.
     
  • M
    Magazines:
    Place these in your yellow-lidded recycle bin or passed on, sold or donated.
     
    Magnets:
    These can be pass on or donated. Otherwise, they can be placed in the red-lidded general waste bin.
     
    Marine Flares (Expired):
    You can visit the NSW Government Roads and Maritime website to view information on the Expired Marine Flares Collection Program, including dates, times and locations of collection points. 

    Mattresses:
    If they are in good condition they can be donated (see charities) or sold. There are also several mattress recyclers and collectors which you can find online or in the Yellow Pages. Alternatively, these can be placed out for Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Meat trays:
    Foam meat trays can be placed in the red-lidded general waste bin. Do not place these in the yellow-lidded recycle bin.
     
    Medicines:
    Most chemist/pharmacies accept unwanted, expired or excess medicines for safe disposal. Please check with your nearest store for further information on what may be accepted.
     
    Metal:
    Scrap metal collectors will accept this. You find these online or in the Yellow Pages.
     
    Small metal items can be placed out for the Kerbside Clean Up. Building materials are not accepted (see building materials).
     
    Mirrors:
    If these are in good condition these can be passed on, sold or donated. You can also take these to your nearest waste and recycling centre.
     
    Mobile Phones:
    Take these, along with mobile phone cables and batteries, to the small item recycling station in the customer service area of the Council building and they will be collected for recycling.

     
    Motor Oil:
    These can be taken to the Chemical CleanOut Event . You can also take these to your nearest waste and recycling centre.
     
  • N
    Nappies:
    These can be placed in the red-lidded general waste bin.
     
    Needles and Syringes:
    Local hospitals accept needles and syringes. If you see a needle in a public place, please do not touch it. Instead, call the Needle Clean-Up Hotline on 1800 633 353. This call centre will take reports from the public about dumped needles and syringes anywhere within NSW. 
     
    Newspapers:
    These can be disposed of in the yellow-lidded recycling bin or compost bin.
     
  • O
    Oil Cooking and Motor:
    These can be taken to the Chemical CleanOut event. You can also take these to your nearest waste and recycling centre.
     
    Ovens:
    These can be disposed of in a Kerbside Clean Up. If it cannot be passed on, sold or donated.
     
  • P
    Paints:
    This can be disposed of in Chemical CleanUp events. Otherwise, search online or in Yellow Pages. for various paint recycling drop off points This waste CANNOT be placed in a Kerbside Clean Up or household waste bins.
     
    Paper:
    You can dispose of this in your yellow lid Recycle bin. Alternatively, if there is no plastic on the paper, it can be composted in your compost bin, worm farm or bokashi.
     
    Pesticides:
    These can be disposed of in a Chemical CleanOut Event.
     
    Petrol:
    Dispose of this in a Chemical CleanOut Event.
     
    Phone Books:
    You can place these in your yellow-lidded Recycling bin. If you want to order or cancel a phone book service, see Directory Select.
     
    Photos and Photo Frames:
    Photos and photo frames can be placed into your General Waste bin. Wrap glass in newspaper before disposing.

    Pizza Boxes:
    If pizza boxes are not heavily contaminated with food waste, they can be recycled in your Yellow-lidded Recycling Bin. If your pizza box is marred with oils and cheese, rip off the top and recycle that, and put the contaminated bottom in the red-lidded general waste bin
     
    Plastics 1-7:
    You can learn more about the numbers on different plastics by going to Councils website.
     
    Plastic Bags:
    These can be recycled at drop off points within major supermarkets in the local area. Otherwise, these can be disposed of in the red-lidded general Waste bin.
     
    Plastic Film:
    Place this in your red-lidded General Waste bin.  
     
    Plastic Pot Plants:
    These can be placed in the red-lidded general waste bin or placed out for Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Plastic Toys:
    Toys can be passed on, sold or donated (if in good condition).  They can also be placed out for Kerbside Clean Up.
    Poisons:
    Please dispose of these in the Chemical CleanOut Event:
     
    Polystyrene:
    There are various places to take polystyrene, Please see web for details.
    Alternatively, small amounts can be placed in your red-lidded General Waste Bin if it is bagged. Large amounts can become stuck in the bin and this can cause bins to not be emptied properly.
     
    Pool Chemicals:
    Take any pool chemicals to the Chemical CleanOut Event.
     
    Pots and Pans:
    small amounts can be placed in your Red-Lidded General Waste Bin if they cannot be passed on or sold. Otherwise, please place these in your Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Power Tools:
    These can be passed on, sold or donated. You can also search for scrap metal collectors. Otherwise, these can be placed in Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Printer Cartridges:
    These can be recycled through many different facilities who have the correct equipment please see online for details. Otherwise, you can take these to the TechWaste Drop Off.
      
  • R
    Radios:
    If these cannot be passed on or sold, you can place these in the Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Refrigerators:
    These can be passed on or sold. If not, they can be placed in your Kerbside Clean Up.
     Alternatively, there are various organisations that will your collect white goods for recycling. Find these online or in the Yellow Pages.
     
    Rocks:
    If they cannot be passed on or sold, they can be taken to your local waste and recycling centre.
     
    Roof Tiles:
    There is various business that will collect building material. Find these online or in the Yellow Pages. Otherwise, they can be taken to your local waste and recycling centre. These cannot be placed in the Kerbside Clean Up.
     
  • S
    Sandstone:
    There is various business that will collect building material. Find these online or in the Yellow Pages. Otherwise, they can be taken to your local waste and recycling centre. These cannot be placed in the Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Scrap Metal:
    There are various scrap metal collectors in who will collect and recycle metals. Find these online or in the Yellow Pages. Some metal can be placed out for Kerbside Clean Up, please refer to guidelines for details.
     
    Shoes:
    If they are not passed on, sold, or donated (see charities and upcycling centres) you can place these in the red-lidded general waste bin. There are also compaines that offer collections to your door, please see online for details.
     
    Shopping Trolleys:
    Please use the Trolly Tracker.
     
    Smoke Alarms:
    These cannot be recycled in the yellow-lidded recycling bin or the TechWaste Drop Off collection as they contain harmful chemicals. They should be disposed of by returning to the appropriate manufacturer. Please see EPA website.
     
    Sporting Equipment:
    These can be passed on, sold or donated. Otherwise you can place them in your Kerbside Clean Up or take them to various upcycling centres.
     
    Steel Cans:
    These can be placed in your yellow-lidded Recycle bin.
     
    Stoves and Ovens
    If these cannot be passed on or sold. They can be placed in your Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Styrofoam:
    See polystyrene
     
    Suitcases:
    If these cannot be passed on, sold or donated, they can be placed in your Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Syringes:
    See needles.
     
  • T
    Tea Bags:
    These can be composted, otherwise you can dispose of them in the red-lidded general waste bin.
     
    Telephone Books:
    see phone books.
     
    Telephones (Landline):
    These can be passed on, sold or donated. Otherwise you can dispose of these in your Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Televisions:
    If these cannot be passed on, sold or donated, they can be placed in your Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Tiles:
    See Roof tiles
     
    Timber:
    See building materials.  
     
    Tools:
    If these cannot be passed on, sold or donated, they can be taken to metal collectors for parts or placed in your red-lidded general waste bin.
     
    Toys:
    see plastic toys.
     
    Tree Trucks:
    See logs
     
    Tyres and Wheels:
    Please see your nearest tyre recyclers . You may also be able to take these to various mechanics in the area. Otherwise, contact your local Waste and recycling centre for recycling options.
     
  • U
    Upcycling Centres:
    Many unwanted household items can be donated to local upcycling centres where they sell on. To find your nearest upcycling centres please see the Yellow Pages or online.
     
  • V
    Vacuum Cleaner Dust:
    This can be disposed of in your compost bin or red-lidded general waste bin.
     
    Vacuum Cleaners:  
    If these cannot be passed on, sold or donated, you can take these to local upcycling centres (see upcycling centres). Alternatively, you can place these in your Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Video Cassettes:
    If these cannot be passed on, sold or donated, they can be placed in your Kerbside Clean Up if placed in a manageable container.
     
    Video Games Consoles:
    If these cannot be passed on, sold, donated or traded to specific retailers, they can be placed in the Kerbside Clean Up. To find electronic training retailers, look online or in Yellow Pages.
     
    Vinyl: 
    If these cannot be passed on, sold or donated, they can be disposed of in your Kerbside Clean Up.
     
  • W
    Weeds:
    These can be used in your compost bin or placed in your green-lidded Garden Organics Bin.
     
    White Goods: 
    If these cannot be passed on or sold, you may place these in your Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Window Frames:
    These must be taken directly to your nearest Waste and recycling facility. Do not place these in your Kerbside Clean Up.
     
    Window Glass:
    See window frames
     
    Wrapping Paper:
    If this does not have a plastic coating, it can be placed in your yellow-lidded Recycle bin. Otherwise it must be disposed of in your red-lidded general waste bin.
     
  • X
    X-ray Images:
    These must be returned to the centre where the x-rays were obtained. Please contact the centre to confirm acceptance (many X-rays are now being placed onto disks and USB).
     
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