Please note the following:
- Recyclable items go in loose.
- Cans, plastics and cartons should be rinsed.
- You can leave lids and labels on and you don’t need to remove the window from envelopes.
- Extra recycling can be left next to the bin in a box or bag (not black bags).
- Recycle batteries by putting them in a small, clear bag on top of (not in) your bins.
- Small electrical or battery powered items like kettles, toasters and toys that can fit into a standard size carrier bag can be placed on top of (not in) your bins for recycling.
There are three glass recycling banks available for clear, green and brown bottles on the driveway approaching the Village Hall. Please dispose of your glass responsibly, taking metal/plastic tops and plastic bags/cardboard boxes away with you to dispose of/recycle at home.
Your blue bin is emptied once a fortnight. Additional bins can be purchased for £30 from Cherwell District Council.
What to put in your blue recycling bin:
- Newspapers; Magazines; Paper; Leaflets; Envelopes (with
- windows); Shredded paper; Catalogues; Cardboard; Cans, tins;
- Plastic bottles, plastic tubs, plastic trays, plastic pots;
- Cartons; Foil and foil trays; Aerosols
What to put in your brown garden and food waste bin:
- Grass cuttings; Pet straw; Untreated sawdust; Cut flowers;
- Branches; Leaves;
- Hedge trimmings; Weeds; Leftovers; Meat; Bones; Fish; Out of date or mouldy food;
- Tea bags; Coffee; Bread; Fruit; Vegetables; Rice; Pasta; Beans; Cake; Eggs; Cheese;
What to put in your green rubbish bin:
- Nappies; Plastic bags; Cling film; Wrappers; Crisp packets; Sweet packets: Broken toys;
- Polystyrene; Duvets and pillows; Non-recyclable rubbish