The 70's are back including ...milk-bottle-tops! The plastic ones on
plastic MILK containers are definitely plastic type: HDPE #2 or #4 and are
recyclable and worth small amounts of money to charity. (In fact so are
the milk containers).
Also if you look inside the plastic tops of other plastic bottles and see
the recycling symbol "2" or "02" or "4" or "04" those are good to go too.
I am acting as the Preston Park/Fiveways collection point so...
let me know where you are
transport to Fiveways?
"...and Roberta is our Auntie!"
#2 HDPE = High Density (PolyEthylene)
#4 LDPE = Low Density (PolyEthylene)
which means they can be recycled together they can fugure out what density
they need afterwards!
And dont worry if you are not sure put them in the "not sure" and Auntie
Roberta can check them FOR you.
Remember Milk-Bottle-Tops we KNOW are made of this so they do not need a
symbol but ANY other bottle top needs to be checked for recycling symbol.
If in doubt leave it OUT! (because a single wrong 'un can contaminate the
whole recycling batch.
(as can the milk in unrinsed milk containers!)
Check out the pictures:https://trashnothing.com/pics/142179