When you are putting out your rubbish for waste clearance, have you sorted through what can be put into recycling what cannot? If you still haven’t caught the recycling bug, now is a great time to get onto it and you would be really surprised at how easy it is to get into the swing of recycling some of your household waste.
All local authorities have guidance on their website about what can and cannot be recycled under their waste clearance section. Some councils have also provided their residents with recycling bins so that they can arrange their recycling for waste clearance properly and make it easier for people to start recycling.
Thorough check of the rubbish before the waste clearance
You might be surprised at what can and cannot be recycled; this generally includes glass, paper, cardboard, plastics, cans and tins. Whatever you might produce in your household, it is worth checking the packaging to see whether or not it can be recycled.
If you recycle at home, but not in the workplace, why not get in a waste management company to assist you in your recycling efforts at work. They can take away the waste paper that you have collected and other items that can be easily recycled in the workplace avoiding it being sent to the waste clearance.