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Watch our Ambassador videos below to find out some top recycling tips!

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Did you know all plastics can now go in the recycling bin? Join Repak Team Green to learn more today.

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Ireland has ambitious recycling targets and Repak Members are continuing to prioritise sustainability within their business.

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Join Repak Team Green and learn how to reduce, reuse and recycle better.

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All plastics can now go in the recycling bin. Join Repak Team Green to find out more.

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Remember to make sure all materials are clean, dry and loose before going into your recycling bin.

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What Goes In The Recycling Bin?

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Paper and Cardboard

Newspapers, magazines, cardboard boxes, phonebooks and cartons are all examples of paper and cardboard packaging that can be recycled. Make sure items are clean, dry and loose before recycling.

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Steel and Aluminium

Steel and aluminium food and drinks cans, aluminium food trays, steel biscuit tins and tinfoil are all examples of steel and aluminium packaging that can be recycled. Make sure items are clean, dry and loose before recycling.

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Plastics

Bread wrappers, fruit/veg and salad wraps and bags, shampoo bottles, milk bottles, detergent and cleaning products are all example of plastic packaging that can be placed in your recycling bin. Make sure items are clean, dry and loose.

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Glass

Glass drink bottles, food and jam jars are examples of glass materials that can be recycled. Glass packaging should be brought to your local bottle for recycling and not placed in your household recycling bin.

  • You can recycle a wide range of paper including newspapers, magazines, junk mail, phone books, school copy books, milk cartons and egg-boxes. Remember to place them in your recycling bin clean, dry and loose.
  • Cardboard is one of the easiest materials to recycle – please remove any plastics inserts first, fold and place in your recycling bin. You can recycle (unsoiled) food boxes, packaging, kitchen towel tubes and toilet roll tubes. Remember to place them in your recycling bin clean, dry and loose.
  • Drinks cans can be placed in your household recycling bin. Remember to place them in your recycling bin clean, dry and loose.
  • You can recycle food cans, biscuit tins, soup cans and pet food cans. Remember to place them in your clean, dry and loose.
  • These include plastic bottles, detergent bottles, on-the-go packaging, plastic food trays and tubs, to mention a few. Please see the images opposite. Remember to place them in your recycling bin clean, dry and loose.
  • This includes bread wrappers, fruit/veg and salad wraps and bags, kitchen/ toilet roll outer wrap, breakfast cereal bags, plastic shopping/carrier bags, dried fruit/seed and nut bags, frozen food bags, pasta/rice/noodle bags, cheese packs outer wrap, baked goods/confectionary outer wrappers, crisp/cracker wrappers, bubble wrap, electrical item/white goods/appliances bags/wrap, mattress/pillow wrap, wet wipes outer wrap, detergent/dishwasher bags and garden compost/bark bags. Remember to place them in your bin clean, dry and loose.
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