What goes in the green top bin?
Use your green bin for cooked and uncooked food like:
- fruit and vegetables.
- meat, fish and bones.
- plate scrapings.
- rice, pasta and bread.
- tea bags and coffee grounds.
Can pumpkin go in garden waste bin?
Remember that pumpkins shouldn’t be put in your garden waste collection.
Do I have to book to go to Burgess Hill tip?
Slots can be booked up to 14 days in advance but must be booked by the day before you plan to visit. You will be able to make one trip in a week (Monday-Sunday) per household and are asked to continue using a site local to you rather than travelling further afield.
Which bin do I put pumpkins in?
If you’re making a jack o’ lantern, once you’ve scraped the pumpkin’s innards out, either put them straight into your food recycling bin or save them in a bowl to sort out later. It’s that easy. After Halloween, the rest of the vegetable can go into the recycling, too.
What do you do with a moldy pumpkin?
These are the pumpkins you’ve been enjoying for a few weeks that have visible signs of mold and rot on them. The best thing you can do is compost moldy jack-o-lanterns and pumpkins. They’re already past their prime for any other use. Remove candles and any other decorations from your pumpkin.
What are the Colours of recycle bins?
The colours used for the different types of recycling and waste bins can vary from business to business, however these are the colours commonly used:
- BLUE: Paper and cardboard.
- GREEN: Glass bottles and jars.
- RED – Plastic bottles and packaging.
- GREY or BLACK –Tins and cans.
How do you get rid of pumpkins?
How to Dispose of Pumpkins (6 Easy Ways)
- Why You Shouldn’t Throw Pumpkins in Trash. Insect Attack/Pest Attack.
- Dispose of Pumpkins by Putting it in Compost.
- Try Burying the Pumpkins.
- Disposing of by Smashing Them.
- Donate the Pumpkins.
- Leave the Pumpkin for the Wildlife.
- Make Something Delicious from the Pumpkins. Making a Broth.
What can you do with pumpkin instead of throwing away?
Composting is the best option The easiest solution is simply throwing the pumpkin shell in a garden or flower bed or behind a shed or garage. There it will decompose. Backyard composting is the best option, according to the city of Columbus’ RecyColumbus.org website.
What bin do you put pumpkin in?
Will animals eat moldy pumpkins?
Make a Snack-o-Lantern You can recycle your pumpkin and turn it into a “snack-o-lantern” or a pumpkin feeder! These are easy to make and the squirrels and birds will love them. Just make sure to only use firm, fresh pumpkins. If they are getting soft and squishy or moldy, composting them is a better idea.
Where can I dispose of household waste in Burgess Hill?
The Household Waste Recycling Centre (known by many as the Burgess Hill Amenity Tip) is managed by West Sussex County Council’s Contractor Viridor and they can be contacted on 01243 642106. The site is located on Fairbridge Way, Burgess Hill, RH15 8AR (take the eastern exit off the roundabout at the junction of B2036 and the A273).
Where can I donate items to charity in Burgess Hill?
Reusable clothes, shoes, books and more can be donated to the charity shops located around Burgess Hill. The Town Council currently collects stamps as part of a fundraising scheme for Rocking Horse Children’s Charity. Stamps can be handed in at the Help Point.
How do I find my garden waste collection day?
If you have signed up for our garden waste collection service you can also use this form to find your collection day. Collections take place between 7am and 3pm. Place your bins at the edge of your property ready for collection from 7am on collection day. Bin lids must be closed.