Sorting Waste


Contents should be clean and dry.

Blue Bag 1: Paper Waste

Newspappers

Flyers, glossy flyers and magazines

Office paper
bond, computer paper

Envelopes
(including manila) and file folders. You do not have to remove the plastic windows from envelopes.

Phone books, egg cartons

Boxboard
For example, cereal, tissue, detergent, cracker and cookie boxes. Remove and discard foil, plastic liners and metal fasteners.

Corrugated Cardboard
Corrugated cardboard may be placed inside the bag or if it is too large to fit inside, it can be bundled (must not be larger than 3 feet by 2 feet by 1 foot) and placed beside the bag.

Valley Waste–Resource Management
The Municipalities of Annapolis, Kings, Annapolis Royal, Berwick, Kentville, Middleton and Wolfville:
Partners in Waste Reduction