Paper and cardboard, including cereal boxes, toilet paper rolls, paper towel rolls and egg cartons. Paper and cardboard are both recyclable materials. However, paper is made up of natural fibres while cardboard is made up of wood fibres. This means that paper has a lower carbon footprint than cardboard does.
Plastic or metal food or beverage containers with their lids
Cardboard with metal coatings
Glass bottles and jars
Light bulbs (only if they’re not broken)
Metal pots and pans with their lids