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Link to MBC website below which lists all the items they are able to collect for recycling in residents' green bins.

For residents who are keen to recycle plastic bags, bread bags and other film and bag type plastics, these can usually be taken to large supermarkets who have dedicated recycling areas for plastic bag and film type plastics.

The below leaflet has been produced by MBC in conjunction with the Kent Resource Partnership to help address confusion around plastic recycling. This explains which items can and cannot be collected for recycling and also how best to present them.