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David Ellesmere welcomes latest extension to doorstep recycling

For most of us, recycling has now become second nature, with our rubbish automatically going into the relevant blue, black or brown bin, says David Ellesmere, Labour Parliamentary Candidate for Ipswich.

Weve got a good level of recycling in Ipswich but it could be better so I was very pleased to hear that we will now be able to recycle even more in our blue bins.

Tetra-Pak drinks cartons can now go in the blue bin along with empty aerosol cans, pots, pans and baking trays.

This should lead to less rubbish going to our landfill sites and reduce the rate they are filling up.

A leaflet with all the details on what you can and cant recycle will be sent to every household this month and this information is also available online at: www.suffolkrecycle.today

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