In the container of undifferentiated garbage collection.
The cork stopper is made from the decortication of the cork bark.
However, cork has a very long degradation time and cannot be transferred to the wet container.
Furthermore, many caps are made of fake cork and are made of silicone.
Radiographic plates must be thrown into the undifferentiated waste container or taken to the collection center and thrown into the special plastic container.
It must not be given at the roadside in the plastic bag.
If the pizza box is dirty, DO NOT throw it in the paper and cardboard container!
You can throw it ONLY if it is completely CLEAN and free of food residues.
In the case in which the cardboard is very greasy and / or has food residues it must be transferred to the undifferentiated dry.
NB: any plastic and / or aluminum foil plates must be removed from the pizza box.
The "bulky" container in the collection center is NOT used for the disposal of unsorted waste, that is to say, it is not a “convenient” container to make up for collection. Undifferentiated garbage follows a different disposal path and it is collected exclusively through the door-to-door service.
The plastic NOT conferred properly in the collection center or through the door-to-door collection service is disposed of in 5000 years.
First of all it is very important to remember that ...
THEY DON'T GO THROUGH THE WATER DRAIN
DO NOT STOP THE SHOWER IN THE SINK OR THE SHOWER
but they throw themselves into the collection of SECOND RESIDUE / INDIFFERENTIAL.
This is because, despite being of organic origin, they have a long decomposition time that is not compatible with most composting processes and with house drains, causing pipe hitches.
The cat litter sand must be thrown into the container of the SECOND INDIFFERENTIAL.
It cannot be thrown into the drain of the bathroom at home which is not suitable for removing the residues of a whole sand content used for a hygienic drawer.
The ash from the chimney flows into the container of the SECOND INDIFFERENTIAL.
The bottle should be crushed in the sense of LENGTH, like a thin cheese
Most people crush the bottle from top to bottom: wrong!
The semi-full or non-flattened bottle runs the risk of slipping down from the belts that transport the waste to the various sorting machines and end up in the undifferentiated collection.
Not everything that looks like glass really is: they have characteristics that are absolutely not compatible with recycling.
Here's what YOU DON'T HAVE to THROW in the glass:
crystal objects, glasses, chandeliers, centerpieces, glass glasses, ceramic and porcelain objects, glass ceramic containers (pyrex), light bulbs, window and picture glass, car windows, headlight and headlight glasses, neon tubes, containers in glass of medicines, mirrors, stones, stones, aggregates, TV tubes, TV screens, computers, monitors.