I live in the North-East and we have a great deal of new council ideas for recycling. Most everyone in the neighbourhood does recycle and my Mam religiously backs recycling. I couldn't tell you if it's mandatory but the council do plead to not put recyclable objects in the non-recycling bin.
Unfortunately no. Curbside recycling here is free, but only if you have garbage service, and there's much that they don't accept. The drop off recycling facility here does take a lot of material though, and they accept all types of plastic, which is awesome.
I wish it was mandatory. CFL lightbulbs and batteries should be at least.
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