Waste and Recycling

Green Bin – Every Week

Food Waste: All cooked and uncooked food waste including: bread, cakes, biscuits and pastries; dairy products; coffee grounds and teabags; fruit and vegetables;  meat and fish (including bones); garden waste: branches; cuttings; dead flowers; grass and leaves; house plants; twigs; weeds; vegetarian pet hutch waste; Shredded paper

Black Bin – Fortnightly

Domestic household rubbish no side waste

Blue BoxFortnightly: Glass bottles and jars. No tops or lids – these go in the black bin

Clear SacksFortnightly : Paper, shredded paper; card, tins, cans, plastic bottles, plastic tubs and pots, food trays; plastic bags; aerosols; clean foil and foil containers, food and drink cartons (tetra-paks).

Polystyrene: Leave by the black wheelie bin

Waste Electrical Equipment: Small electrical items – tie up in plastic carrier leave on top of green bin

Household Batteries: Batteries in a separate, sealable, tied up plastic bag

Textiles: clothes and shoes in a tied up carrier bag on top of green bin

Clear sacks available from Sheering Newsagent & Post Office. Valerie and Ron Monk (8 Sheering Mill Lane) will still keep a reduced number of sacks in case Lower Sheering villagers run out before the next issue.

For more information contact: 01992 564608 – www.eppingforestdc.gov.uk

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