All bottles, jars etc. Small glass items
Ceramics and china, light bulbs, mirrors, glass window panes and similar
Tops must be removed but labels are ok
Plastic bottles and containers/tubs/pots (eg. yoghurt, margarine), Tetra-briks (milk/juice cartons) plastic food wrappings, aluminium tins, aerosol spray cans, plastic bags, plastic plant pots, aluminium paper, metallic medicine wrapers, toothbrushes, tops of jars, polysterene
Non-plastic lids must be removed but labels are ok
All paper, including waxed/greaseproof/glossy, envelopes, newspapers, fliers, paper bags, egg cartons and card,
Boxes must be broken down and flattened
Residual waste - that is any non-recyclable, non-hazardous, household waste.
To include plastic bin bags, kitchen waste, soiled paper and bathroom waste,
small pieces of clothing (larger can go in fabric bins, ie one at Iceland),
kitchen cloths, corks
Batteries, electrical appliances, paint, oil etc
The village is paid for everything that is recycled correctly but has to pay for anything that is placed in the normal, grey household waste bins.
Every item that is recycled saves the village money.
Large items such as furniture / oil / electrical goods / paint / furniture / wood / metal etc:
These can be left outside grey/green bins every second Saturday as per timetable 2020.
The Town Hall reminds everyone that collection will be on Saturdays from 6am onwards and that obstacles should not
obstruct the public roads before 22:00 the day before
Batteries: Collection point at the Town Hall
Light bulbs / glass panes / china: A disposal method is being negotiated
Clothing / Shoes: Can be donated to charity shop (if in good condition) or placed in one of many collection bins ie: Iceland,
Benissa or opposite Rikos Bodega in Jalon