You should put dog poo into your grey wheeled bin in a sealed plastic bag or 2 to avoid any spillage.
You can dig 5 inch holes in your garden, use biodegradable corn bags to bury it in the soil and the microorganisms in the soil will degrade it.
Do not compost it.
You should dispose of litter in a tightly sealed plastic bag and place it in your grey wheeled bin.
When preparing the litter tray, try to use minimal amounts of litter and only clear out what you need.
Do not compost it.
You should dispose of this waste in your compost bin or wrap and put into your grey wheeled bin.
You can line the bottom of the cage with a small stack of newspaper. When cleaning out the cage, you will only need to remove the top sheet.
You should dispose of this waste in your grey wheeled bin.
You should scrape a minimal amount off the top of the soil to ensure your bin doesn't get too heavy.
You can keep a compost head in the chicken run. The chickens will remove any weeds and other materials from the heap and their manure can be used as a fertilizer.
Rabbits and guinea pigs
You should put rabbit and guinea pig droppings directly in the ground.
You can add them to your compost heap along with any hay, straw or sawdust that has been used for bedding.
You can dispose of the waste in a tightly sealed bag and place it in your grey bin.
Horses and ponies
You should compost manure in a properly constructed manure store. It can then be used as a fertilizer.
You can donate it to a local allotment group if you cannot use it all yourself.
You should dispose of farm animal waste in your compost bin.
You can dispose of farm animal waste in your grey wheeled bin.
You should dispose of exotic animal waste such as, shredded skin, any bedding and any droppings in your compost bin.
Leftover pet food
You should dispose of dry dog and cat food in your compost bin.
You should dispose of your wet pet food in a sealed plastic bag and place it in your grey wheeled bin.
You should dispose of your fish food into your compost bin.
You should dispose of rawhide dog chews and alfalfa hay and pellets into your compost bin.