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So many materials can be recycled. Here you will find a common list of materials accepted by contractors which you can place into your recycling bin. Most materials you can recycle at home by placing them into your recycle bin and others can be recycled by taking them to your local recycling centre or civic amenity site. Select an image below to find out more information about a particular category of recycling materials or visit our FAQs page for answers to a specific question.

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Paper and Cardboard Recycling:

The following other objects can be recycled

Cardboard, paper, newspapers, beverage cartons, books, cards and magazines. Click here to find out more

Plastic Recycling:


Plastic bottles and plastic film. Click here to find out more.

Glass Recycling:

The following other objects can be recycled

Glass bottles and jars. Click here to find out more.

Steel Recycling:

The following other objects can be recycled

Steel, stainless steel, some alloy steel. Click here to find out more.

Aluminium Recycling:

The following other objects can be recycled

Food cans, Drinks cans and Foil trays. Click here to find out more.

Other:

The following other objects can be recycled

Fluorescent Tubes, Paint, Printer Cartridges, Spectacles, Textiles, Used Gas Cylinders and Waste Oil. Click here to find out more.

Green and Garden Waste:

The following other objects can be recycled

Green waste and garden waste. Click here to find out more.

MOBILE PHONES:

The following other objects can be recycled

Mobile phones. Click here to find out more.

WEEE:

The following other objects can be recycled

Waste electrical and electronic equipment, household batteries and car batteries. Click here to find out more. 

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