We'll walk you through the steps to start sorting your trash for effective recycling.
1. Garbage Bins
The 5 colors to remember
Green - Organic Waste (for composting)
Yellow - Recycling (to be remade into other things)
Orange - Hazardous Waste (to be disposed of in a safe manner)
Red - Infected Waste (to be disposed of in a safe manner)
Blue - Trash for Landfill (we want to reduce this as much as possible)
Green: Organic waste for composting
After separating the saleable recycling, you will be left with low value plastics which the Salengs will not buy, but they can be upcycled as follows:
Wat Jark Daeng takes all plastic! including single use plastic bottles, cups, food containers, straws, bags, sauce sachets. snack & instant noddle wrapping!
Washed, Dried, Cleaned, Separated into categories and Stuffed into their giant rainbow bag.
Deliver to the temple yourself or call 066 159 9555 for pick up, if in large quantities or send by Kerry
Washed, Dried, Cleaned, Separated into catergories and delivery by post to Tha Makham Agriculture Center
213 M.2 Soi Pantana 1, Tumboon Tha Makham, Ampur Muang, Kachanaburi 71000
or call 034 624 281, 081 857 250
Clean plastic bags
through the pyrolysis process into liquid fuel
Suan Phutthachrt 229 M 7 Tumbon Ban Plama Ampore Plama Supanburi Province 72150
or call 081 637 6864
If you are not willing to sort and clean your single use plastic
including yakult & yogurt containers, iced coffee cups, straws and single use plastic bags and send them to individual projects, they can be sold very cheaply to Wongpanit (search Google Map near me) or they have to go in the blue bin for Kor Tor Mor to take to landfill.
Orange: Hazardous Waste
Sorting Low Volume
For sorting bins, try these handy IKEA storage boxes
Great For: Paper products, UHT, Hazardous Waste, Bottle Caps and more!
Red: Contaminated waste (only seen at Hospitals)
Since Covid-19 there is a huge number of contaminated masks which need to be disposed of properly.
Please put in clear plastic bags before dropping into the blue bin.
Blue: Trash for landfill (to be reduced as much as possible)
Trash to go to landfill (garbage mountain!)
(We want this to be as little as possible)