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L'înformâtion et les sèrvices publyis pouor I'Île dé Jèrri

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Recycling: glass bottles and jars

You can recycle glass bottles and jars
Glass bottles and jars

How you can recycle glass bottles and jars

Before recycling your glass:

  • rinse all glass items
  • remove corks, caps or lids
  • remove plastic labels (paper labels can be left on)

Metal lids from glass bottles or jars can go in the metals recycling.

If your Parish has a household glass collection, you can recycle your glass using your own glass recycling bin.

If the glass is broken or you need assistance, ask a member of staff for help.

Where you can dispose of glass bottles and jars

How you can reduce or reuse glass bottles and jars

Glass jars in good condition can be used to store grains and other kitchen items.


Good to know

Recycled glass is crushed and reused to produce a useful building material.

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