The collection’s Kit for Non-domestic users
The “organic” is all that waste material represented by the remains of meals and the preparation of foods.
“Paper” means all recyclable paper material, free from impurities such as food wastes, drippings and paints.
Glass and metals
In “glass”, bottles and glasses can be provided where we usually store no-dangerous food or no-dangerous liquids. With “metals”, aluminum and steel cans and boxes that typically contain foodstuffs are referred to as metals.
“Plastic” refers to all those no-composite wastes: wrappings, caps, bottles, bowls, jars, plates and plastic glasses, cassettes, films.
The “ dry leftover” is all that material advances after having “properly” disposed of urban differentiated wastes.
“Cardboard packagings” means packaging of cardboard packaging, self recyclable free from impurities such as food waste, grease and varnishes.
The compostable bags delivered in the kit are for the collection of organic waste. Once filled, they must be placed in the container with the brown cover.
The paper bags delivered in the kit are for the collection of paper waste. Once filled, they must be placed in the container with the blue cover. You can also put the paper directly into the container, without bag.
The plastic bags delivered in the kit are for the collection of plastic waste. Once filled, they must be placed in the container with the yellow cover. You can also put plastic waste directly into the container, without bag.