I’m not sure exactly what you mean by cross contamination, but I know that most recycling centers ask that you rinse items out before recycling them because they cannot have old food stuck to them when they’re actually being recycled. In addition, it is less dirty to rinse them out before sending them to the recycling facility – old food attracts bugs, mold and bacteria which are unpleasant to deal with in addition to needing to be removed before the item can be recycled.
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