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In this section, we learn about what materials products are made from, how best to dispose and recycle them, what happens to them next, along with some interesting facts about each item.

A-
Aerosols
Aluminium trays
Ash (coal and wood)
Asbestos

B-
Bottles and jars
Black plastic
Birthday cards
Bicycles
Bedding and blankets
Batteries
Bathroom suites
Bricks
Bubble wrap
Building materials

C-
Car batteries
Cardboard
Carpets
Carrier bags
Cars
Cartons
Catalogues
Cling film
Clinical Waste
Clothing & textiles
Coffee pods & capsules
Compostable plastics
Computer monitors
Computers
Cookers
Cooking oil
Corks
Corporate workwear
Cotton wool
Crisp packets

D-
Diesel & petrol
Disposable cutlery

E-
Energy-saving bulbs
Envelopes

F-
Fire alarms
Fluorescent tubes
Furniture
Fridges and freezers
Fire extinguishers
Fat and grease

G-
Gas bottles
Gift wrap

I-
Inkjet cartridges

J-
Junkmail

K-
Kitchen foil

M-
Milk bottles (plastic)
Mobile phones
Medicine
Mattresses
Magazines

N-
Nappies
Newspapers

P-
Plastic bags
Plasterboard
Pizza boxes
Paint tins
Paper coffee cups

S-
Soy inks
Stock waste destruction

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