TILL SLIPS (THERMAL PAPER)
Thermal paper, also known as till slips, is a paper that has a coating that reacts to heat to produce colour. Thermal paper is regarded as common mix, which means it is accepted for recycling.
Common mix is mixed-paper that includes: cereal boxes, thermal paper, paper carrier bags, etc.
Did you know?
Thermal paper does not use ink for its printing, you might have realised how the old receipts tend to lose their colour with time. Thermal paper rather has a coating that makes it to react to heat to produce the colour that you see.
How to recycle?
Keep the till slips in a paper-only bag to keep your paper dry.
Drop the bag into your recycling bag when it is full.