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Paper

What to do with it?

Advertising material can be placed in your yellow lid recycling bin.

 

 



What to do with it?

Place in your kerbside rubbish bin.


What to do with it?

Clean Deli/butcher paper can be placed in your yellow lid recycling bin.

Did you know?

Paper and cardboard - (excluding any cardboard container designed to hold liquids such as coffee cups, milk or juice cartons) can be dropped off at the Geelong or Drysdale Resource Recovery Centres for free.

What to do with it?

Confectionary wrappers can not be recycled in your yellow lid recycling bin.

It can be recycled at specially marked bins at participating Coles supermarkets.


Did you know?

The material will be collected and processed by RED Group and then shipped to Australian-based manufacturer Replas where it will be reprocessed into amazing new products.



What to do with it?

Envelopes can be placed in your yellow lid recycling bin.

What to do with it?

Gift wrapping paper can be placed in your yellow lid recycling bin.

What to do with it?

Place in your kerbside rubbish bin.

Did you know?

Any cardboard container designed to hold liquids such as coffee cups, milk or juice cartons cannot be recycled in your kerbside recycling bin.

There is no facility in Australia that can separate the different components.




What to do with it?

Junk mail can be placed in your yellow lid recycling bin.

Did you know?

Paper and cardboard - (excluding any cardboard container designed to hold liquids such as coffee cups, milk or juice cartons) can be dropped off at the Geelong or Drysdale Resource Recovery Centres for free.

What to do with it?

Place in your kerbside rubbish bin.

Did you know?

Any cardboard container designed to hold liquids such as coffee cups, milk or juice cartons cannot be recycled in your kerbside recycling bin.

There is no facility in Australia that can separate the different components.

What to do with it?

Magazines can be placed in your yellow lid recycling bin.

What to do with it?

Place in he rubbish bin.

What to do with it?

Newspapers can be placed in your yellow lid recycling bin.

Did you know?

Paper and cardboard - (excluding any cardboard container designed to hold liquids such as coffee cups, milk or juice cartons) can be dropped off at the Geelong or Drysdale Resource Recovery Centres for free.



What to do with it?

Office paper can be placed in your yellow lid recycling bin.

Did you know?

Paper and cardboard - (excluding any cardboard container designed to hold liquids such as coffee cups, milk or juice cartons) can be dropped off at the Geelong or Drysdale Resource Recovery Centres for free.


What to do with it?

Paper bags can be placed in your yellow lid recycling bin.

Did you know?

Paper and cardboard - (excluding any cardboard container designed to hold liquids such as coffee cups, milk or juice cartons) can be dropped off at the Geelong or Drysdale Resource Recovery Centres for free.



What to do with it?

Clean paper plates can be placed in your yellow lid recycling bin.

What to do with it?

Place in the rubbish bin.



What to do with it?

Phone books can be placed in your yellow lid recycling bin.

Did you know?

Paper and cardboard - (excluding any cardboard container designed to hold liquids such as coffee cups, milk or juice cartons) can be dropped off at the Geelong or Drysdale Resource Recovery Centres for free.



What to do with it?

Place in your kerbside rubbish bin.

Did you know?

Any cardboard container designed to hold liquids such as coffee cups, milk or juice cartons cannot be recycled in your kerbside recycling bin.

There is no facility in Australia that can separate the different components.

 



What to do with it?

Place in the rubbish bin.

What to do with it?

Place shredded paper in a paper bag and place in the yellow lid recycling bin.

What to do with it?

Place in your kerbside rubbish bin.


Did you know?

Any cardboard container designed to hold liquids such as coffee cups, milk or juice cartons cannot be recycled in your kerbside recycling bin.

There is no facility in Australia that can separate the different components.

What to do with it?

Put in the red lid rubbish bin.



What to do with it?

Wrapping paper can be placed in your yellow-lid recycling bin.