Upcycle and reuse at home. Alternatively recycle with green bottles, in your kerbside recycling or at your local bottle bank.

Recycle with plastics, usually in your kerbside recycling, or at household waste recycling centres.

Recycle with your kerbside recycling, or at household waste recycling centres.

These are made from PE and are recyclable but not all local authorities accept them yet. Check with your local authority if they can be disposed of in kerbside recycling or at collection points. Remove the lid and recycle separately.

Recycle with your kerbside recycling, or at household waste recycling centres. It's best to remove it from tubes - and ideally from bottles and jars, as this depends on your local authority.

These are unfortunately not recycled by local authorities as they are made of plastic and metal. We are looking into recyclable alternatives.

Facial wipe pouches are PET/PE laminate and superfood pouches are PET/AL/LDPE laminate, neither of which are currently common in local recycling schemes. We are looking to launch a trial return-to-store scheme soon.

Peel off the bottle or jar, double over and recycle with plastics.

Recycle in your kerbside recycling, or at household waste recycling centres.

Wash and reuse. They are naturally biodegradable, however, for us to make claims around composting, they would need to be tested to meet specific standards. Cotton can be added to textile recycling collection points - simply dry out first.

We use eco-friendly Natureflex™ film for wrapping and packaging. This renewable, plant-sourced bag is made from PEFC/FSC ® certified wood pulp and meets both industrial and home composting standards. It is also suitable for anaerobic digestion (food waste recycling). Remove stickers first.

If they are faulty return speak to your NYR Organic Independent Consultant, otherwise these should be disposed of with other electronics at household waste recycling centres.