Great news - Grade 5 plastics can now be included in your kerbside recycling! Read more about the change here and we'll be updating this page soon.
👉 Check our online recycling calendar to find out when to put your bins out and print a copy of your zone calendar.
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We provide each household with two bins and each bin has a unique serial number, specific to your address.
Please note that aerosol cans such as fly spray, spray deodorant, cream cans etc can’t be recycled as they are under pressure and considered hazardous. They should be placed in rubbish bags.
Created by work experience students Leiliana and Meliana. The students were briefed by Dee Jones, Zero Waste Coordinator, Porirua Council, who discussed recycling challenges and two simple messages, “recycle your ones and twos” and “keep it clean”. Together the Leiliana and Meliana created the following video.