Can you put the foil inside the can just like bottle tops and then fold the can in half?
Dear Alex, I have found this article about Aluminium, would you allow me to share it with KESAB environmental solutions ?? PLEASE ADVISE. - I tried to share, but was unable to.
I was just reading about your comments about Aluminium foil recycling. Recenlty, there was an article on F/B regarding handling and using aluminium foil for cooking. It stated, that it was harmful to human health, when handling and cooking with aluminium. When I see the article again, I shall share it with you. So, keeping this in mind, one should be using gloves when handling Aluminium foil and not use it for cooking. Please, respond to my concerns.
Is anyone watching the WAR ON WASTE on the ABC? I'm watching it and it's worth watching and you can watch/catch up in ABC I VIEW
Both, but aluminium foil in bigger balls??
How do the buttons work?
Where do we take those new electric light bulbs????
Please advise Coles and Woolworth and other stores to cut out their Plastic Bags.
ANSWER: If the pizza box is soiled with foods and has particles stuck to it, it goes into your kerbside organics bin; otherwise, the box can be recycled just as other cardboards can. Keep in mind to always check the regulations of your local council as they can differ. ... See MoreSee Less
ANSWER: If the pizza box is soiled with foods and has particles stuck to it, it goes into your kerbside organics bin! Otherwise, the box can be recycled just as other cardboards can. Keep in mind to always check the regulations of your local council as they can differ.
Well done to everyone who had the correct answer, it seems there are a lot of on-the-ball recyclers out there! Cheers, Maddie
You can put it in the yellow bin (without food scraps) or green bin (with food scraps)
The insert should be removed to green bin and the rest recycled if no insert seriously no idea but to be honest I do normally recycle
If it's greasy,no. You can but the top in the recycling bin as this generally doesn't touch the pizza!
Yes, well I have been for years so I certainly hope so!!
No. It's dirty. Instead, put it in the green/compost bin
100% yes you can! Once it gets to the recycling plant part of the processing is like a 'washing' stage so the grease stains or stuck on food makes no difference!
Obviously it's nice to remove the big chunks of food so you don't attract pests in your property and it's a bit nicer for when it gets the people who work at the plant.
Yep, but if too dirty to do so and you own a fire place they make a great fire starter.
Yes, I think u cn! I def do cos it's cardboard 🙂
Yep! As long as all the food scraps are removed
The one in the picture is a yes
The top yes in recycling , bottom no or green waste.