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Egg-cellent Easter Recycling!
Once you've eaten all those Easter eggs, you can be left with quite a lot of packaging but don't worry, most of it is easily recyclable. You can recycle all your Easter egg boxes, moulded plastic packaging and foil (rolled into a tennis-size ball) in your household recycling bin. Plastic film can be recycled at Recycling Centres and most large supermakets. Non-foil sweet wrappers can't be recycled and will need to go in your rubbish bin. More tips on how to Love Easter and Hate Waste, including details of any changes to your bin collections over the holiday period can be found here.

Bank Holiday weekend is one of the busiest times at Recycling Centres so if you are planning a bit of spring cleaning it's a good idea to sort materials before you go. Summer opening hours start Sunday 1 April (sites open for an extra hour until 5pm) and don't forget all sites close on Wednesdays. Full details of opening times and more information can be found here.


Happy Green Easter! 
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