We have given the Bluff, Invercargill, Mataura and Gore recycling and rubbish drivers the day off on Monday 8 February (to celebrate Waitangi Day). This means that recycling and rubbish collections will be one day later this week (8-13 February) for these towns.
WasteNet is the Councils' shared service that works to reduce waste to landfill and encourage the uptake of actions to improve use of resources.
The yellow recycling bin is for the disposal of clean recyclables - plastic packaging and white polystyrene, paper and cardboard, glass bottles and jars and, metal cans and tins. Click on the picture for a more detailed list of accepted materials.
We've started a new segment on our website - Hints & Tips - and we would like your help. Send us your best waste minimisation tip and we'll share it will all our readers.
The yellow recycling bin is for the disposal of clean recyclables.
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Recycle your empty aerosol cans in the yellow recycling bin or local recycle centre