Tips:

  • Separate your paper waste from your other waste

  • Keep your waste paper clean and dry

  • Get to know what is recyclable and what is not

SECURITY ALERT:

Ensure that all you shred all

PERSONAL PAPERWORK

before recycling it.

Mpact Recyling's

Kerbside Paper

Pick-up Programme

has been operating for 20 years and now

services over 200 000 households in Jhb,

PTA and Ekurhuleni.

 

 

COST:    This is a FREE SERVICE.

WHEN:  Paper is collected every Wednesday (excluding Public Holidays)

HOW:     Place your full "Ronnie Bag" on your pavement before 7.30am

               The bag will be emptied and returned to you for re-use.

 

 

WHAT CAN & CAN'T BE RECYCLED

WITH RONNIE BAGS:

 

YES:                                                                   NO:

* Any form of paper                                    * Polystyrene cups

* Old memos / letters                                * Paper cups and plates

* Cardboard boxes (flattened please)      * Yoghurt cartons

* Photocopying Paper                                * Sweet and chip wrappers 

* Newspapers                                              * Blueprint paper

* Magazines                                                 * Cigarette ends

* Old telephone directors & books          * Carbon paper

* Windowless enveloples                         * Tissues and paper towels

                                                                           *  Post-it Notes

                                                                       * Waxed cartons, eg. frozen fish cartons

              

 

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Toll-free:   0800-002-122                        JHB TEL:  011-538-8600

Email:       info@mpact.co.za                    Web:         www.mpactrecycling.co.za

SECURITY ALERT:

 

The PNRA does not support the trolley recyclers who rummage through our Pikitup bins on a Monday morning.

 

The reasons for this are twofold:

 

1. SAPS Parkview has warned us that there is often a criminal element amongst the trolley recyclers, and that house-breaking implements have been found hidden amongst the trash in the trolleys.

 

2. The trolley recyclers favour the banks of the spruits around our area, to do their recycling.  The rubbish that they do not want, gets dumped in and around our waterways - simply compounding the pollution problem.

PARKTOWN NORTH - A COMMUNITY IN ACTION

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