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offline Sharming Paula

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Why is it you take all your glass to the recycle bins or the tips and have to sort it into different colours for each container yet our local dustman now collect your glass and you put it all in one bin which they duly collect and dump into one bug lorry??


Can it still be recycled in the correct way??

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The next move will be to get the rate paying public to sort out those bugs?

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offline Simon BTFC

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In answer to the original question, yes it can be recycled, but it will all come back as brown glass (which as I understand it is the poorest quality). If you separate out your clear glass then that can generally be recycled to clear glass.

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I was told that the glass used in the very small bottles of lager is total crap and can not be recycled.Mind you the lager is normally total crap as well.




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