We have a couple of subscriptions to magazines which come in plastic wrappers, neither with any guidance about the plastic used. I try to be conscientious to the point of being obsessive about getting the recycling right, but anything with my name and address on is rendered illegible then into the black (general waste) bin. I don't want anybody coming round checking to see if, as a Radio Times
subscriber I have a dog licence.
IME, a lot of supermarket packaging has useless info like "Plastic: check local recycling" without explaining what sort of plastic it is to facilitate a check.
Matt, the front page cartoonist in the Daily Telegraph, recently celebrated thirty years in the job. When interviewed for the telly, he mentioned how he had become like his readership, giving the example about worrying over his bins. That's me