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Bring-In Site

Another alternative is to separate waste into the four categories: Plastic, Paper, Glass and Metal, at Bring-In Sites situated in all localities around Malta and Gozo.

Batteries

Need to dispose of Batteries?

What happens to my waste?

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Recyclable Waste

Recyclable materials from these Bring-In Sites are collected and taken to Wasteserv’s Material Recovery Facilities. Here they are further mechanically and manually sorted, compacted in large bales and sold on a monthly basis to waste brokers who export them for further treatment and recycling abroad.

Check waste collection facilities in your locality.

List of materials that can be taken to the site:

Only paper, plastic, metal and glass can be delivered. Details for each below:

plastic recycling
What to put in the BLUE container (plastic):

Cosmetic container (clean)

Detergent bottles (clean container)

Liquid soaps (clean container)

Margarine tubs (clean container)

Plastic bags (clean)

Plastic bottles

Plastic caps

Shampoo (clean container)

Shower gels (clean container)

Yoghurt cups (clean container)

paper recycling
What to put in the WHITE container (paper):

Brochures and Leaflets

Cardboard boxes

Catalogues

Cereal boxes

Pasta boxes

Detergent boxes

Envelopes

Ecercise books

Note books

Letter writing paper

Magazines

Newspapers

Office paper

Printed paper

Photocopies

Wrapping paper

metal recycling
What to put in the BLACK container (metal):

Drink cans

Food cans

Metal caps and lids

Spray cans (empty)

glass recycling
What to put in the BROWN container (glass):

Glass bottles

Glass jars

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