Plastic and metal

Plastic, metal and beverage packages should be put in the yellow recycling bin after being used. 

What can I separate?
There are several objects that we use in a daily basis that, despite being made of plastic, do not go into the recycling bin.

To put in the yellow recycling bin (Plastic)
– Bottles and carboys
– Butter and margarine packages
– Plastic bags
– Mustard and ketchup tubes
– Vinegar bottles
– Raffia bags (potatoes and onions)
– Detergent bottles
– Plastic flowerpots
– Shampoo bottles
– Yogurt packages
– Packages of chips and snacks
– Plastic cups
– Plastic lids

Not to put in the yellow recycling bin (Plastic)
– Jerricans
– Buckets
– Pens
– Leftover food
– DVDs and CDs
– Cork stoppers
– Plastic cutlery
– Toys
– Motor oil bottles

To put in the yellow recycling bin (Metal)
– Beverage cans
– Metal cream tubes
– Tin cans
– Crown caps
– Aluminium trays
– Metal hangers
– Milk powder cans
– Empty aerosols
– Metal champagne flutes
– Condensed milk and fruit cans

Not to put in the yellow recycling bin (Metal)
– Batteries
– Pots and pans
– Tools
– Metal cutlery

To put in the yellow recycling bin (Packages)
– Milk packages
– Wine and juice packages
– Cream and tomato pulp packages
– Tetra pak packages

Not to put in the yellow recycling bin (Packages)
– Buckets
– Pens
– DVDs and CDs
– Plastic cutlery
– Toys