Mr Yellow

@mryellow_1coast

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β™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒ Mr Yellow helps Central Coast residents better understand their waste collection and recycling β™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒ
Congratulations to the D'arth's from Springfield who are the May winners from our Recycle Right & WIN! competition. Thanks to your efforts, we can recover many valuable resources and create a more sustainable future for the Central Coast β™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒ. If you have received a β€˜Thank You’ tag on your Recycling or Garden Vegetation Bin, great work! It means our Resource Recovery Officers have inspected your bin and found it to only contain items accepted within the service.

The tag has an entry form to enter a small competition to win a $50 Eftpos Card and 'Choose to Reuse' Gift Pack each month as a way of saying 'Thanks' for doing the right thing.

Our Resource Recovery Officers inspect over 150 bins each day across the Central Coast to ensure residents are placing the right items in their bins.

Contaminated bins receive a warning tag and grossly contaminated bins are removed from the kerbside so the driver does not empty the bin.

 #getitsorted  #recycling  #centralcoast  #winnerwinner  #CentralCoastCouncil  #Cleanaway  #celebratingcommunity  #centralcoastevents  #centralcoastnsw  #1coast  #recyclebin  #sustainability  #recycle  #recycleright

Congratulations to the D'arth's from Springfield who are the May winners from our Recycle Right & WIN! competition. Thanks to your efforts, we can recover many valuable resources and create a more sustainable future for the Central Coast β™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒ. If you have received a β€˜Thank You’ tag on your Recycling or Garden Vegetation Bin, great work! It means our Resource Recovery Officers have inspected your bin and found it to only contain items accepted within the service. The tag has an entry form to enter a small competition to win a $50 Eftpos Card and 'Choose to Reuse' Gift Pack each month as a way of saying 'Thanks' for doing the right thing. Our Resource Recovery Officers inspect over 150 bins each day across the Central Coast to ensure residents are placing the right items in their bins. Contaminated bins receive a warning tag and grossly contaminated bins are removed from the kerbside so the driver does not empty the bin. #getitsorted #recycling #centralcoast #winnerwinner #centralcoastcouncil #cleanaway #celebratingcommunity #centralcoastevents #centralcoastnsw #1coast #recyclebin #sustainability #recycle #RecycleRight

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2 days ago
Light Bulbs – Can they go in your yellow lid recycle bin? NO! πŸ’‘ 

Fluorescent tubes, compact fluoros (CFLs), HIDs and metal halides all contain mercury and should not be disposed of in any of your bins. They can be recycled through special collection programs. Some Central Coast Council Libraries and Administration Buildings will accept them for recycling - visit our website for the full list: https://bit.ly/34mJcLm 

Alternatively, you can store them safely until the next Chemical Cleanout event: https://bit.ly/3fpGvyR

Incandescent globes and halogens can simply be wrapped in paper and disposed of in the garbage bin. They are made from low value and non-toxic materials which makes recycling them very difficult. 

Lets  #getitsorted to ensure our recycling stays clean so we can contribute to a  #sustainablefuture on the Central Coast!

Light Bulbs – Can they go in your yellow lid recycle bin? NO! πŸ’‘ Fluorescent tubes, compact fluoros (CFLs), HIDs and metal halides all contain mercury and should not be disposed of in any of your bins. They can be recycled through special collection programs. Some Central Coast Council Libraries and Administration Buildings will accept them for recycling - visit our website for the full list: https://bit.ly/34mJcLm Alternatively, you can store them safely until the next Chemical Cleanout event: https://bit.ly/3fpGvyR Incandescent globes and halogens can simply be wrapped in paper and disposed of in the garbage bin. They are made from low value and non-toxic materials which makes recycling them very difficult. Lets #getitsorted to ensure our recycling stays clean so we can contribute to a #sustainablefuture on the Central Coast!

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3 days ago
Did you know that the way you store your food can make a massive difference to how fresh it stays? We have a few tips below to help your preserve your food for as long as possible:
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β€’ Lettuce and salad mixes: Wrap in paper towel and place in a container with a lid on it in the fridge. The paper towel helps to absorb any moisture which often leads to slimy lettuce leaves.
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β€’ Bananas: Store in a fruit bowl out of direct sunlight. To slow down the ripening process wrap the stem of the bananas in foil or plastic wrap. Ripe bananas can be stored in the fridge, however their skin will blacken, they are still fine to eat. Peel and freeze over-ripe bananas to use in baking and smoothies later.
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β€’ Bring older items to the front of the fridge and pantry and put older fruit at the top of the fruit bowl so you are more likely to use them first.
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β€’ Use your freezer – there are many food items you can freeze to help preserve them for longer, including: cooked veggies, pasta, rice, grated cheese, nuts, milk and bread.
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Roughly one third of all the food produced for human consumption across the world is wasted every year. Now more than ever, we all need to do our bit to ensure we are not creating unnecessary waste.
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Do you have a great food storage tip – we would love to hear about it in the comments below ⬇️⬇️⬇️

Did you know that the way you store your food can make a massive difference to how fresh it stays? We have a few tips below to help your preserve your food for as long as possible: ​ β€’ Lettuce and salad mixes: Wrap in paper towel and place in a container with a lid on it in the fridge. The paper towel helps to absorb any moisture which often leads to slimy lettuce leaves. ​ β€’ Bananas: Store in a fruit bowl out of direct sunlight. To slow down the ripening process wrap the stem of the bananas in foil or plastic wrap. Ripe bananas can be stored in the fridge, however their skin will blacken, they are still fine to eat. Peel and freeze over-ripe bananas to use in baking and smoothies later. ​ β€’ Bring older items to the front of the fridge and pantry and put older fruit at the top of the fruit bowl so you are more likely to use them first. ​ β€’ Use your freezer – there are many food items you can freeze to help preserve them for longer, including: cooked veggies, pasta, rice, grated cheese, nuts, milk and bread. ​ Roughly one third of all the food produced for human consumption across the world is wasted every year. Now more than ever, we all need to do our bit to ensure we are not creating unnecessary waste. ​ Do you have a great food storage tip – we would love to hear about it in the comments below ⬇️⬇️⬇️

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4 days ago
πŸΆπŸ•πŸ© Attention Dog Lovers πŸ©πŸ•πŸΆ
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​We have some tips for you to make sure your favourite four legged friend is leaving small footprints on our Earth β™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒ
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βœ… Food - All tinned food cans can be recycled in the Yellow Lid Recycle Bin. Make sure they are empty (scrape any excess food from the can or give a quick rinse if needed), place the lid inside the empty can and put in your Yellow Lid Bin. Dry food bags can be taken back to the supermarket and placed in the Redcycle Bin at the front of the store for recycling (visit: https://www.redcycle.net.au/what-to-redcycle/ for further info), otherwise they need to be disposed of in the Red Lid Bin. If you make your own pet food, please note that no meat trays can be placed in the Yellow Lid Bin - they need to be disposed of in your Red Lid Bin.
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βœ… ​Toys - If your dog is prone to destroying toys in seconds - then try and find a durable toy that will last. Aside from the possibility of your dog swallowing indigestible pieces, you may also save money in the long run. Avoid soft cuddly toys or cheap plastic toys and aim for products made from strong, thick rubber.
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β€‹βœ… Poop - One medium sized dog produces 180Kg of poop in 1 yearπŸ’©πŸ˜± Dog poo in our streets, parks and on our beaches is smelly, unsightly and very unpleasant to step in! Some dog droppings contain harmful bacteria and nutrients which can be washed through the stormwater system and into our natural waterways when dog poop is not picked up. When it comes to your 3 bins, you should be placing pet waste in the Red Lid Bin for disposal. If you are interested in reducing the waste you send to landfill, you can look into composting and worm farm systems specifically designed for dog waste (Note: never compost pet poo in a veggie or edible garden, as it will contaminate your food!).
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​Do you have any other tips on sustainable dog ownership? Share them in the comments below πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡ ​
​ #getitsorted,  #1coast,  #sustainability  #binsofinstagram  #centralcoastnsw  #centralcoastcouncil  #recycling  #sustainablefuture  #reducereuserecycle  #dogs

πŸΆπŸ•πŸ© Attention Dog Lovers πŸ©πŸ•πŸΆ ​ ​We have some tips for you to make sure your favourite four legged friend is leaving small footprints on our Earth β™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒ ​ βœ… Food - All tinned food cans can be recycled in the Yellow Lid Recycle Bin. Make sure they are empty (scrape any excess food from the can or give a quick rinse if needed), place the lid inside the empty can and put in your Yellow Lid Bin. Dry food bags can be taken back to the supermarket and placed in the Redcycle Bin at the front of the store for recycling (visit: https://www.redcycle.net.au/what-to-redcycle/ for further info), otherwise they need to be disposed of in the Red Lid Bin. If you make your own pet food, please note that no meat trays can be placed in the Yellow Lid Bin - they need to be disposed of in your Red Lid Bin. ​ βœ… ​Toys - If your dog is prone to destroying toys in seconds - then try and find a durable toy that will last. Aside from the possibility of your dog swallowing indigestible pieces, you may also save money in the long run. Avoid soft cuddly toys or cheap plastic toys and aim for products made from strong, thick rubber. ​ β€‹βœ… Poop - One medium sized dog produces 180Kg of poop in 1 yearπŸ’©πŸ˜± Dog poo in our streets, parks and on our beaches is smelly, unsightly and very unpleasant to step in! Some dog droppings contain harmful bacteria and nutrients which can be washed through the stormwater system and into our natural waterways when dog poop is not picked up. When it comes to your 3 bins, you should be placing pet waste in the Red Lid Bin for disposal. If you are interested in reducing the waste you send to landfill, you can look into composting and worm farm systems specifically designed for dog waste (Note: never compost pet poo in a veggie or edible garden, as it will contaminate your food!). ​ ​Do you have any other tips on sustainable dog ownership? Share them in the comments below πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡ ​ ​ #getitsorted, #1coast, #sustainability #binsofinstagram #centralcoastnsw #centralcoastcouncil #recycling #sustainablefuture #reducereuserecycle #dogs

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5 days ago
πŸ₯ΆπŸ₯Ά Winter is here πŸ₯ΆπŸ₯Ά
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Everyone loves a cozy fire, however warm ashes have the potential to start another fire if not disposed of properly. ​If you have a fireplace or fire pit, please ensure the ashes are completely extinguished before disposal. Hot ashes will not only melt your bin but can start fires in our trucks posing a serious risk to our collection drivers, processing staff and the community if they ignite whilst being collected. ​
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πŸ”₯ How to Dispose of Burnt Firewood and Ash Safely πŸ”₯
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​1. Allow the wood and ashes to cool completely in the fireplace or fire pit. If indoors, let your embers cool down completely with the fire screen closed. If outdoors you can smother the ashes with sand or dirt. Even if it appears the ashes and wood aren’t hot, they may remain warm and capable of starting a fire for some time. Allow several hours for the embers to cool. They will not radiate any heat when they are completely cold.
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​2. Transfer the remaining wood and ashes to a metal bucket with a shovel. Move the bucket close to the site of the fire and act as though the material still has the potential to be warm, even if you think it’s cool.
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​3. Wet the wood and ashes with water. Use a water bottle or watering can to wet down your ashes and any wood pieces in the bucket. Use enough water to saturate the materials in the bucket, so they are thoroughly wet.
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​4. Transfer the metal container outside until garbage day. Place your metal bucket of fire waste outside your home. Choose a location away from any combustible materials, such as oil or paper. ​

​5. Pour off any extra water and empty the solid materials into a bag and dispose of the materials with your regular garbage in the red lid bin. ​

​Finally, if you are a keen gardener you can research using the ash and charcoal in your garden. You could start with this video from Gardening Australia: 
https://www.abc.net.au/gardening/factsheets/the-burning-question/9436628 ​

​​​ #getitsorted  #centralcoast  #binsofinstagram  #1coast  #sustainability  #reducereuserecycle

πŸ₯ΆπŸ₯Ά Winter is here πŸ₯ΆπŸ₯Ά ​ Everyone loves a cozy fire, however warm ashes have the potential to start another fire if not disposed of properly. ​If you have a fireplace or fire pit, please ensure the ashes are completely extinguished before disposal. Hot ashes will not only melt your bin but can start fires in our trucks posing a serious risk to our collection drivers, processing staff and the community if they ignite whilst being collected. ​ ​ πŸ”₯ How to Dispose of Burnt Firewood and Ash Safely πŸ”₯ ​ ​1. Allow the wood and ashes to cool completely in the fireplace or fire pit. If indoors, let your embers cool down completely with the fire screen closed. If outdoors you can smother the ashes with sand or dirt. Even if it appears the ashes and wood aren’t hot, they may remain warm and capable of starting a fire for some time. Allow several hours for the embers to cool. They will not radiate any heat when they are completely cold. ​ ​2. Transfer the remaining wood and ashes to a metal bucket with a shovel. Move the bucket close to the site of the fire and act as though the material still has the potential to be warm, even if you think it’s cool. ​ ​3. Wet the wood and ashes with water. Use a water bottle or watering can to wet down your ashes and any wood pieces in the bucket. Use enough water to saturate the materials in the bucket, so they are thoroughly wet. ​ ​4. Transfer the metal container outside until garbage day. Place your metal bucket of fire waste outside your home. Choose a location away from any combustible materials, such as oil or paper. ​ ​5. Pour off any extra water and empty the solid materials into a bag and dispose of the materials with your regular garbage in the red lid bin. ​ ​Finally, if you are a keen gardener you can research using the ash and charcoal in your garden. You could start with this video from Gardening Australia: https://www.abc.net.au/gardening/factsheets/the-burning-question/9436628 ​ ​​​ #getitsorted #centralcoast #binsofinstagram #1coast #sustainability #reducereuserecycle

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6 days ago
πŸ™…β€β™€οΈπŸ™…β€β™‚οΈπŸ™…β€β™€οΈ Just a friendly reminder that tissues, paper towels, wipes, gloves and face masks cannot be recycled in your Yellow Lid Recycle Bin πŸ™…β€β™‚οΈπŸ™…β€β™€οΈπŸ™…β€β™‚οΈ
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​All of this waste should be bagged and disposed of in your Red Lid General Waste Bin.
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Paper towels, napkins, and tissues are all paper products; however they are never recyclable. Because they usually come in contact with food wastes and possibly bodily fluids, they are not able to be β€œcleaned” during the recycling process and should not be with other β€œclean” paper waste like magazines and paper. Always throw these items into the Red Lid Bin.

​ #getitsorted  #centralcoast  #centralcoastnsw  #bins  #binsofinstagram  #1coast  #centralcoastcouncil  #cleanaway

πŸ™…β€β™€οΈπŸ™…β€β™‚οΈπŸ™…β€β™€οΈ Just a friendly reminder that tissues, paper towels, wipes, gloves and face masks cannot be recycled in your Yellow Lid Recycle Bin πŸ™…β€β™‚οΈπŸ™…β€β™€οΈπŸ™…β€β™‚οΈ ​ ​All of this waste should be bagged and disposed of in your Red Lid General Waste Bin. ​ Paper towels, napkins, and tissues are all paper products; however they are never recyclable. Because they usually come in contact with food wastes and possibly bodily fluids, they are not able to be β€œcleaned” during the recycling process and should not be with other β€œclean” paper waste like magazines and paper. Always throw these items into the Red Lid Bin. ​ #getitsorted #centralcoast #centralcoastnsw #bins #binsofinstagram #1coast #centralcoastcouncil #cleanaway

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7 days ago
Aerosol Cans - Can they go in your yellow lid recycle bin? YES!!! 

Aerosol spray cans that have been used in the home or on your body can be recycled in your yellow lid bin, including:
♻️ Deodorant Cans
♻️ Air Fresheners 
♻️ Hairsprays
♻️ Cooking Oil Spray
♻️ Glen 20
♻️ Aerogaurd
♻️ Household Bug Spray
♻️ Ironing Aid Sprays

Ensure aerosols are completely empty before recycling. Do not pierce, crush or flatten them and detach any loose or easily removable parts, such as the lid, and dispose of them with the rest of your recycling. 

☒️ We cannot accept any hazardous materials though including Spray Paints, Degreasers or Butane Cannisters. Store these items safely until the next Chemical Cleanout event: https://bit.ly/3fpGvyR

Lets  #getitsorted to ensure our recycling stays clean so we can contribute to a  #sustainablefuture on the Central Coast!

Aerosol Cans - Can they go in your yellow lid recycle bin? YES!!! Aerosol spray cans that have been used in the home or on your body can be recycled in your yellow lid bin, including: ♻️ Deodorant Cans ♻️ Air Fresheners ♻️ Hairsprays ♻️ Cooking Oil Spray ♻️ Glen 20 ♻️ Aerogaurd ♻️ Household Bug Spray ♻️ Ironing Aid Sprays Ensure aerosols are completely empty before recycling. Do not pierce, crush or flatten them and detach any loose or easily removable parts, such as the lid, and dispose of them with the rest of your recycling. ☒️ We cannot accept any hazardous materials though including Spray Paints, Degreasers or Butane Cannisters. Store these items safely until the next Chemical Cleanout event: https://bit.ly/3fpGvyR Lets #getitsorted to ensure our recycling stays clean so we can contribute to a #sustainablefuture on the Central Coast!

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8 days ago
Gone camping over the long weekend?? 
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​Make sure you dispose of your used butane canisters from your camp BBQ thoughtfully as this one thrown into a recycling bin almost cooked more than the snags at your Sunday BBQ!!!
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​Butane canisters in any of your bins bin can be deadly.
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Collect your unwanted canisters and store them somewhere safe at home until Councils next Chemical Cleanout Collection to dispose of them safely and for free.
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​Councils next Chemical Cleanout will be on:
β€‹β˜’οΈ 24 and 25 July 2021 – Event Park, Kangoo Road, Kariong: 9am – 3.30pm
☒️ 31 July and 1 Aug 2021 – Charmhaven Works Depot, Chelmsford Rd, Charmhaven: 9am – 3.30pm
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Please visit https://www.epa.nsw.gov.au/your-environment/recycling-and-reuse/household-recycling-overview/find-crcs-or-hcco for further details.​

​ #GetitSorted  #Recycle  #ChemCleanout  #CentralCoast

Gone camping over the long weekend?? ​ ​Make sure you dispose of your used butane canisters from your camp BBQ thoughtfully as this one thrown into a recycling bin almost cooked more than the snags at your Sunday BBQ!!! ​ ​Butane canisters in any of your bins bin can be deadly. ​ Collect your unwanted canisters and store them somewhere safe at home until Councils next Chemical Cleanout Collection to dispose of them safely and for free. ​ ​Councils next Chemical Cleanout will be on: β€‹β˜’οΈ 24 and 25 July 2021 – Event Park, Kangoo Road, Kariong: 9am – 3.30pm ☒️ 31 July and 1 Aug 2021 – Charmhaven Works Depot, Chelmsford Rd, Charmhaven: 9am – 3.30pm ​ Please visit https://www.epa.nsw.gov.au/your-environment/recycling-and-reuse/household-recycling-overview/find-crcs-or-hcco for further details.​ ​ #getitsorted #recycle #ChemCleanout #centralcoast

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9 days ago
Just a reminder that Waste and Recycling Services remain the same over the June Long Weekend!
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​Please ensure all bins and booked bulk waste services are placed on the kerbside the night before your bin service day including the public holiday tomorrow (Monday 14th June) if this is your normal bin collection day.
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​​​To ensure your bin is emptied, make sure your bins are out the night before your bin day.
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We also wish to remind residents and visitors to the Central Coast to recycle as much as possible over the long weekend β™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒ Please visit our website www.1coast.com.au for further information. ​ #getitsorted  #1coast  #centralcoastcouncil  #cleanaway  #centralcoastnsw  #centralcoastevents  #binsofinstagram  #binstagram  #longweekend

Just a reminder that Waste and Recycling Services remain the same over the June Long Weekend! ​ ​Please ensure all bins and booked bulk waste services are placed on the kerbside the night before your bin service day including the public holiday tomorrow (Monday 14th June) if this is your normal bin collection day. ​ ​​​To ensure your bin is emptied, make sure your bins are out the night before your bin day. ​ We also wish to remind residents and visitors to the Central Coast to recycle as much as possible over the long weekend β™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒ Please visit our website www.1coast.com.au for further information. ​ #getitsorted #1coast #centralcoastcouncil #cleanaway #centralcoastnsw #centralcoastevents #binsofinstagram #binstagram #longweekend

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10 days ago
We find so many shoes in the yellow lid recycle bins when doing our bin inspections! πŸ‘žπŸ‘ŸπŸ‘ πŸ‘‘πŸ‘’ ❌ Clothes, shoes and bedding create problems with the sorting equipment at the recycling facility in Somersby and will end up in landfill if placed in the yellow lid bin.

Here's some suggestions of what you can do with good quality clothing, shoes and bedding:
βœ… Sell or giveaway online through gumtree, Facebook marketplace etc;
βœ… Hold an old fashioned garage sale;
βœ… Donate to local charities (only good quality please);
βœ… Repurpose into something new - turn old clothes into reusable bags or old shoes into pot plants. 

The only items you can put in your yellow lid recycling bin are: 
βœ… Rigid plastic bottles and containers; 
βœ… Metal food, drink and spray cans; 
βœ… Glass bottles and jars; 
βœ… Paper and cardboard. 
No other rubbish! 

β™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒβ™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒβ™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒβ™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒ 
Re-educate yourself on what you can place in your recycling bin and get it sorted by visiting: https://1coast.com.au/education/a-z-waste-disposal-recycling-guide/

 #getitsorted  #recycling  #centralcoast  #recycle  #CentralCoastNSW  #recyclebin  #sustainability  #reducereuserecycle  #bins  #binsofinstagram  #1coast  #centralcoastcouncil  #cleanaway  #sustainablefuture

We find so many shoes in the yellow lid recycle bins when doing our bin inspections! πŸ‘žπŸ‘ŸπŸ‘ πŸ‘‘πŸ‘’ ❌ Clothes, shoes and bedding create problems with the sorting equipment at the recycling facility in Somersby and will end up in landfill if placed in the yellow lid bin. Here's some suggestions of what you can do with good quality clothing, shoes and bedding: βœ… Sell or giveaway online through gumtree, Facebook marketplace etc; βœ… Hold an old fashioned garage sale; βœ… Donate to local charities (only good quality please); βœ… Repurpose into something new - turn old clothes into reusable bags or old shoes into pot plants. The only items you can put in your yellow lid recycling bin are: βœ… Rigid plastic bottles and containers; βœ… Metal food, drink and spray cans; βœ… Glass bottles and jars; βœ… Paper and cardboard. No other rubbish! β™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒβ™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒβ™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒβ™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒ Re-educate yourself on what you can place in your recycling bin and get it sorted by visiting: https://1coast.com.au/education/a-z-waste-disposal-recycling-guide/ #getitsorted #recycling #centralcoast #recycle #centralcoastnsw #recyclebin #sustainability #reducereuserecycle #bins #binsofinstagram #1coast #centralcoastcouncil #cleanaway #sustainablefuture

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11 days ago
Woo Hoo it's a Long Weekend! 😁😁😁 Share with your friends Coasties - nobody wants to forget bin night...
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Just a reminder that Waste and Recycling Services remain the same over the June Long Weekend!
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​Please ensure all bins and booked bulk waste services are placed on the kerbside the night before your bin service day including the public holiday (Monday 14th June) if this is your normal bin collection day.
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​​​To ensure your bin is emptied, make sure your bins are out the night before your bin day.
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We also wish to remind residents and visitors to the Central Coast to recycle as much as possible over the long weekend β™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒ Please visit our website www.1coast.com.au for further information. ​ #getitsorted  #1coast  #centralcoastcouncil  #cleanaway  #centralcoastnsw  #centralcoastevents  #binsofinstagram  #binstagram  #longweekend

Woo Hoo it's a Long Weekend! 😁😁😁 Share with your friends Coasties - nobody wants to forget bin night... ​ Just a reminder that Waste and Recycling Services remain the same over the June Long Weekend! ​ ​Please ensure all bins and booked bulk waste services are placed on the kerbside the night before your bin service day including the public holiday (Monday 14th June) if this is your normal bin collection day. ​ ​​​To ensure your bin is emptied, make sure your bins are out the night before your bin day. ​ We also wish to remind residents and visitors to the Central Coast to recycle as much as possible over the long weekend β™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒ Please visit our website www.1coast.com.au for further information. ​ #getitsorted #1coast #centralcoastcouncil #cleanaway #centralcoastnsw #centralcoastevents #binsofinstagram #binstagram #longweekend

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12 days ago
It's a Long Weekend this weekend! 
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Just a reminder that Waste and Recycling Services remain the same over the June Long Weekend!
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​Please ensure all bins and booked bulk waste services are placed on the kerbside the night before your bin service day including the public holiday (Monday 14th June) if this is your normal bin collection day.
​
​​​To ensure your bin is emptied, make sure your bins are out the night before your bin day.
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We also wish to remind residents and visitors to the Central Coast to recycle as much as possible over the long weekend β™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒ Please visit our website www.1coast.com.au for further information. ​ #getitsorted  #1coast  #centralcoastcouncil  #cleanaway  #centralcoastnsw  #centralcoastevents  #binsofinstagram  #binstagram  #longweekend

It's a Long Weekend this weekend! ​ Just a reminder that Waste and Recycling Services remain the same over the June Long Weekend! ​ ​Please ensure all bins and booked bulk waste services are placed on the kerbside the night before your bin service day including the public holiday (Monday 14th June) if this is your normal bin collection day. ​ ​​​To ensure your bin is emptied, make sure your bins are out the night before your bin day. ​ We also wish to remind residents and visitors to the Central Coast to recycle as much as possible over the long weekend β™»οΈπŸ’šπŸŒ Please visit our website www.1coast.com.au for further information. ​ #getitsorted #1coast #centralcoastcouncil #cleanaway #centralcoastnsw #centralcoastevents #binsofinstagram #binstagram #longweekend

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13 days ago