- The boxes can be recycled wherever you usually recycle cardboard. My council now collects card at the doorstep once a fortnight. Before that we used to take it to the local recycling centre. Or you might prefer to recycle it as heating fuel with a logmaker.
- Foil can be recycled wherever you usually take cans and tins. Or you can smooth it out and use it to wrap sandwiches or other things you would use tinfoil for. If it is coloured (and clean) you might donate it to a school or nursery for crafts.
- The plastic shapes that encase many eggs are more of a problem. If your council accepts plastic for recycling - lucky you. Mine doesn't. See if you can think of a creative way of reusing them, such as plant propagators. Or donate them to a school or nursery for junk-modelling projects.
Wednesday, April 11, 2007
Easter Egg Recycling
Please remember to recycle the packaging from your Easter eggs: