Well, yes, it is, and you should still try to recycle as much as you can.
Thing is, receipts are actually recyclable.
You could recycle them with your other papers, or compost them.
What do you do with old receipts?
To Shred or Not To Shred?
- ATM receipts.
- Bank statements.
- Credit card receipts.
- Credit card statements.
- Grocery or other store receipts with identifying information (such as a loyalty program number)
- Receipts containing your name, address, and/or phone number.
- Receipts with a truncated credit card or Social Security number.
Why are receipts not recyclable?
Not only are they non-recyclable because they’re made from more than one material and therefore impossible to separate, but they also contain a combination of potentially harmful BPA and BPS chemicals. Thermal receipts, like coffee cups, cannot be recycled because they contain more than one material.
Can you recycle CVS receipts?
Few CVS customers have switched because only CVS ExtraCare members have access to digital receipts, which they must request in store with a cashier. CVS’ paper receipts continue to be over a foot long and toxic.
Can till receipts be recycled UK?
Receipts are among many items in the UK that can’t currently be recycled because they’re made from more than one material.