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Food, cardboard and

garden waste collection

Cardboard

Food Waste

Cardboard should be

flattened, sticky tape and

plastic removed and placed

loose in the brown bin

Place food waste in a corn starch caddy liner, or wrap in newspaper before putting in the brown bin

Cereal boxes (remove

inner plastic)

 

Packaging (no

polystyrene)

 

Corrugated cardboard

Egg boxes

Plate scrapings

 

Cooked food, meat, fish

and bones

Fruit and vegetable

peelings

 

Tea bags and coffee

grounds

 

Uncooked food

Grass cuttings

 

Hedge clippings

 

Plants and flowers

 

Small branches

 

Weeds

Leaves, bark and twigs

Wind fallen fruit

KITCHEN

CADDY

Households will be

supplied with a seven

litre kitchen caddy and

150 corn starch caddy

liners. The kitchen

caddy is a small bin to

keep in the kitchen to

put the food waste in

before putting the liner

into the brown bin.

 

Turn over to see how to

use your kitchen caddy

EAST RIDING

 

OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL

Using your kitchen caddy

Using a kitchen

caddy is simple...

Store the corn starch caddy liners away from children in a dry place as they will break down if they get damp.

 

Free replacement corn starch caddy liners are available from our customer service network or libraries - only when you have used all three rolls.  Please take the vouchers with you, which are at the end of each liner roll. If you live in a rural area, liners are available from the mobile libraries.

 

Plastic bags cannot be used in the kitchen caddy or brown bin as they will contaminate the load and will have to be sent to landfill.

NO THANK YOU

Wood and

paper ash

Polystyrene or

bubble wrap

Soil

Cellophane

TetraPak

drinks cartons

Plastic carrier

bags

Put all your food waste into

the kitchen caddy

Pull the handle down to

secure the lid

When the liner is full, or

after a few days, tie the top

and put it into the brown bin

Alternatively, perhaps more

easily, you can wrap food

waste in newspaper and place

straight in the brown bin

If you would like this information in another

language or format such as braille, large print

or audio please telephone (01482) 393939

If you require any more information visit www.target45plus.org.uk

email wastewatchers@eastriding.gov.uk

or telephone (01482) 393939