Recycle what ever is possible, glass, plastic bottles, tins, paper. Not because you're super-eco, but that cuts down on the hassle of using the chutes.
Anything else, especially food waste etc, bag and dump down the chute.
Don't send glass etc down the shoot (re: para 1). There are condos
where the chutes run down the whole way via the kitchens. If you have some knob-end on a Sunday morning on a high-floor dropping 100 glass bottles down the chute it can be like WW3 on the floors below (they all tend to explode at some point on the way down, and if you're on a floor below you wouldn't want to open your chute door and expose yourself to the risk of that).
p.s. For a simple small kitchen waste bin, we just use NTUC bags as liners. The trick is when full, tie them loosely but secured at the top. Way easier to wiggle a loose bag into the shoot, than something smaller but tied as rigid as a football.
NTUC bags suit us fine, as we generate not so much waste, and in any case anything in the bin for more than a day or two is a target for ants, roaches, etc...