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What happens to your recycling

The items that are collected together in your recycling bins are taken to a Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) where the different materials are separated both by hand and through mechanical processes. 

They are then transported to different re processors both in the UK and abroad to be made into new materials such as newspapers, plastic packaging and cans.

https://www.barnet.gov.uk/citizen-home/rubbish-waste-and-recycling/household-recycling-and-waste/what-happens-to-your-recycling.html

 

 

 

 

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What happens to your recycling

The items that are collected together in your recycling bins are taken to a Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) where the different materials are separated both by hand and through mechanical processes. 

They are then transported to different re processors both in the UK and abroad to be made into new materials such as newspapers, plastic packaging and cans.

https://www.barnet.gov.uk/citizen-home/rubbish-waste-and-recycling/household-recycling-and-waste/what-happens-to-your-recycling.html

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