What can I recycle in Rother?
What can I recycle in Rother?
- Glass bottles and jars (from 1st July 2019)
- Cardboard egg boxes.
- Paper (including shredded paper in clear bags)
- Envelopes (white and brown)
- Telephone directories.
What areas are in Rother District Council?
Bexhill Collington (pdf)
Can you put compostable bags in garden waste bin?
The only thing you can put in your food and garden bin (aside from food and garden waste) are compostable food bags with the EN13432 seedling logo on which are used to line the kitchen food caddy. These bags are made from potato starch so break down at the same rate as food and garden waste.
Can you put grass in black bins?
No, the green bins are only for garden waste such as leaves, twigs, grass cuttings and dead flowers. Alternatively you can recycle your food waste by placing it in your black bin – the food waste will be extracted using the Ball Mill and sent for composting.
What Colour bags are used for recycling?
These include: Red bags, these are for for light general waste from retailers and offices. Blue bags for recycling, they are for all your recyclable paper, cardboard, glass, cans, plastic pots, trays, tubs and bottles as well as Tetra type packs. Yellow cardboard stickers are dispose of your flat-packed cardboard boxes …
Can you put glass in a green bin?
All colours of glass bottles and jars can be disposed in green household recycling bins. These include jam and coffee jars, wine, beer and spirit bottles, sauce bottles and baby food jars. Glass bottles and jars should be rinsed out and clean.
What towns does Rother cover?
Approximately half of Rother’s population live in the coastal town of Bexhill-on-Sea, the other principal towns in the district being historic Battle, site of the Battle of Hastings, and the medieval Cinque Port of Rye. Rother is also home to many smaller villages such as Bodiam, Robertsbridge, Burwash and Northiam.
What does Rother mean?
Filters. A horned animal, especially an ox. noun. 1.
Can you put biodegradable bags in compost?
Although biodegradable/compostable caddy bags will break down in the HOTBIN we do not advise adding them because they would need to be shredded first; not a practical solution when bags are full of food. If added whole, the caddy material would form layers in the HOTBIN restricting airflow.
What can I put in my green garden bin?
What you can put in a green garden waste bin or sack
- Branches – up to 10cm or 4 inches in thickness.
- Grass cuttings.
- Hedge prunings.
- Leaves and bark.
- Straw or sawdust – bedding material from pets such as gerbils, hamsters, guinea pigs and rabbits, as long as fed a vegetarian diet.
What can I not put in my black bin?
Items not to go into your Black Bin
- Paint Cans.
- IT Equipment.
- Electrical Goods.
Can you put anything in a black bin?
Any leftover household general waste that can’t go in the either the green recycling bin, or the brown food and garden waste bins, goes into the black refuse bin. Never dispose of hazardous or clinical waste in black bins. Find out how to arrange safe collection of hazardous and clinical waste.
How much does Rother District Council garden waste service cost?
The cost is £45.00 per bin and you may have up to 3 bins. Rother District Council continues to offer the lowest subscription rate compared to neighbouring authorities. If you are on a sack collection, YOU WILL NOT be able to get a garden waste service due to access issues for the larger vehicles used for this service.
How to subscribe to the garden waste service?
Garden Waste Collections will only be made for brown bins with the appropriate sticker placed on them, presented in the correct way. If you are already receiving an assisted collection, then this will also apply to garden waste collections when you subscribe to the service. To subscribe to the Garden Waste Service, please click the button below.
Do you have to pay for garden waste collection?
Garden waste collections is a voluntary service we offer to our residents with gardens and is not viewed as an essential service by all residents. We therefore ask those residents who choose to take up the offer to contribute towards the cost of the service. Q: How much will I have to pay for my garden waste to be collected?
Can you put garden waste in a recycling bin?
No. Garden waste MUST NOT be placed in either the refuse or recycling bins. Any refuse or recycling bins containing garden waste will not be emptied. Q: Where can I see a copy of the Terms and Conditions for the service?