Here's what plastic packaging you can now recycle after rule changes on October 1

A new scheme is set to make it easier for Lancashire residents to recycle their plastic waste.

Tuesday, 17th September 2019, 3:25 pm
Updated Tuesday, 17th September 2019, 4:25 pm
Plastic recycling

From October, Blackpool and Lancashire County Council residents will see a change in what to put in the recycling bin. Here's a list of what they'll take from October 1:

Glass bottles
Glass jars

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Food tins
Drink cans
Clean foil
Clean foil trays
Empty aerosol cans
Metal biscuit and sweet tins
Metal bottle caps and lids
Plastic bottles
Plastic bottles, including, for example shampoo and detergent bottles
Plastic lids either on or off the bottles.
Solid lids on pots tubs and trays
Pots (e.g. yogurt, soup, etc.)
Tubs (e.g. margarine, ice cream, etc.)
Trays / punnets (e.g. raw meat or ham trays; take-away trays; fruit /veg trays) remove any plastic film, as a wrapping, as an addition such as in a tray base to cushion soft fruit
Chocolate and biscuit tubs and trays
Trays / punnets
Other clear plastic packaging
Plant pots