Does anyone know if yoghurt containers can be put in the recycle bin? I can't find anything on the Auckland council website or www.makethemostofwaste.co.nz
Any if it has these triangles and numbers...
simon14: It says number 6 so I assume that's ok to check in the recycle bin?
An alternative solution - avoid eating gone off milk marketed as food..!😇
caveat - just because it says you can put something in the recycling bin does not mean they actually end up getting recycled
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Porirua City Council has also recently stopped accepting anything except types 1 and 2. It's my understanding that this is becoming common practice across councils.
sbiddle: What brand of yoghurt is it using polystyrene based containers?
Most yoghurt is LDPE (4) with some being HDPE (2).