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Keep On Recycling Over The Holidays


Keep On Recycling Over The Holidays

Manukau residents celebrating Christmas and New Year can help the recycling cause over the holiday season.

Holiday recycling and household refuse collection day changes are as follows:

Normal Collection Day Collection Day During Christmas/New Year Period Thursday 25 December 2003 Friday 26 December 2003 Friday 26 December 2003 Saturday 27 December 2003 Monday 29 December 2003 Monday 29 December 2003 Tuesday 30 December 2003 Tuesday 30 December 2003 Wednesday 31 December 2003 Wednesday 31 December 2003 Thursday 1 January 2004 Friday 2 January 2004 Friday 2 January 2004 Saturday 3 January 2004

Normal collections resume from Monday 5 January 2004

Residents can help Council and the recycling collection contractor by:

Ensuring that your recycling bin is placed at the kerbside by 7.00 am on collection day

Only put out your recycling bin when it is full

If you have extra recycling materials please spread the volume out over several weeks. Items in over-full bins can blow away and create litter

If you require another recycling bin ring the Council Call Centre on 262 5104

Check all plastic bottles from the kitchen, bathroom and laundry before putting them in your recycling bin. Only put bottles with a '1' or '2' on the base into your bin

Keep putting out other recycling items as normal, such as glass bottles, aluminium and tin cans, paper and cardboard

Beer cartons are not recyclable and cardboard boxes need to be flattened

For any enquiries about recycling collections please call the Manukau City Call Centre on 262-5104. The Call Centre operates every day throughout the holiday period, including statutory holidays.

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