KESAB environmental solutions I have medical devices with paper on them but with plastic-y lining, that need to be peeled off. I've been told that these are recyclable but they're small and I doubt the plastic makes them compostable. Any thoughts then? I know this is unusual, but I'm having chemo at home hence all this, and it produces a lot of this every week. Thanks!
I wish a more definitive list was made available!! I chuck all paper in the recycling bin.... tissues & paper towel go in green bin. Have never heard about the 'smaller than A5' ... 😯
Put a QR code on every bin, and make a website for each code, detailing what can and can’t go in....
Some bins already have rfid, use that.
Of course you fucking put shredded paper in a green waste bin.
I’d heard before a normal post it note was the minimum size for the yellow bin. Is that not the case?
Hi Dee I've been wondering about this ever since you mentioned something about small slips of paper in the recycling bin at trackside. Now we know to put them in the green bin!
Is there an option for register/sales/eftpos receipts yet?
Mark Edwards we need a greens bin for work xx
Can envelopes with a bit of sticky tape on them go in the green bin? Sometimes it can be hard to remove.
What about paper that has paint or crayon on it? Does it go in recycle or green?
Can we put smaller paper and cardboard pieces into a cereal or crackers box and recycle that?
Does this mean the new cardboard bread tags too??
handy to know Scott Robinson
Rhys Driver even sticky notes. Amazing
Daniel Bass Mary Harrison
Ellen Starr Anne Thyne so playgroup scraps should be going in Green bin by the looks of this
Helium balloon kits are readily available from retailers and are a popular option when hosting a party. However, if disposed of incorrectly via household or public bins, helium tanks can be extremely dangerous (they can explode under pressure).
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The next Wipe Out Waste (WOW) virtual field trip and Professional Development training session is next Tuesday! This is a FREE online course for educators or support staff to learn about WOW/ KESAB resources and how we can assist your site reduce waste. The session also involves virtual tours of several local businesses, including 3D plastics recycling, local waste, recycling and composting facilities, and more.