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I wanted to just line the bin with paper, but my husband simply refuses. Place the bundle straight in the kitchen bin. Anything dry can just sit loose in said bin. Then when full, tip it into the large council bin. We live in Qld. This is my stumbling block with trying to convince my husband to go plastic-free.
Hi Jenny, Wow! Thanks for all the awesome ideas. It exactly the kind of information we need to be able to make an informed choice, so thanks. Do you mean bins without lids? This is the only thing I can think of. Hi Melissa. I like the origami bin-liner idea!
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The MRF is where items collected from residences, offices and more through public and private recycling programs are taken to be sorted, baled and sold. Small plastics, roughly 3 inches or smaller, also can cause problems for recycling equipment. Bread bag clips, pill packaging, single-use condiment pouches — all of these small pieces get caught or fall between the belts and gears of the machinery at the MRF. They end up being treated as trash.
Not recyclable curbside. Flexible packaging such as potato chip bags are made from layers of different types of plastic and often are lined with aluminum. Not recyclable. These are the types of items the recycling system was developed to handle. As for the caps, some sorting facilities want people to keep them on while others say to take them off. It depends on what equipment the local materials recovery facility has. Bottles are subjected to high pressure in the sorting and baling process, which can force caps off at high speeds, potentially harming workers.
However, other MRFs can capture and recycle the caps. A bottle with a cap or an opening the same size or smaller than the base of the bottle is probably going to be recyclable. Bottles used for laundry detergent and personal care products such as shampoo and soap are all recyclable.
If nozzle heads on spray cleaners contain metal springs, remove them and discard them in the trash. Clamshells are made from the same type of plastic as beverage bottles, but not every curbside recycler can process them.
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