Waste in its proper place
Not down the sink, not down the toilet. Here's where the waste should go for proper disposal to protect our sewers, our environment and our homes.
|Personal products||Sanitary products, nappies, wet wipes, cotton buds, dental floss... they should all go in the bin.|
|Food waste, cooking fats, oils + grease||These should be left to cool and disposed of in the bin. Put used fats and oils into a sealable container and dispose of it with your household rubbish. You may also wish to contact your local authority, who will be able to advise you about the specific recycling facilities available in your area.|
|Chemicals, solvents, engine oil and paint||Specific advice must be sought on the disposal of chemicals, solvents and paints from your local waste disposal authority. Engine oil can be disposed of, for recycling, at most local authority refuse sites.|
|Tablets + medicines||These should be taken to the pharmacist for safe disposal.|
Remember: only toilet tissue and water should be flushed down the toilet with human waste.